Our King bed and view into the bathroom (you can see our sink along with soaps JoAnn makes herself).
Our shower that Mike could actually fit in! I just realized that I didn't take a picture of the toilet!!! I promise we had one, it was full sized, it just didn't flush...it was a compost toilet :)
I have to admit, as overwhelmed as I was with the styling of the tents, I was a little nervous about how it was going to be at night. There was a little portable heater in the tent but it was a really big tent and the temps were supposed to drop into the 40s at night. Well, I will testify to the quality of those down comforters...I was actually hot at night and we didn't turn the heater on! Because you are in JUST A TENT, you could hear every bird, cricket, owl, etc. at night but that only helped to put me right to sleep. If you think that part would bother you, bring along some ear plugs. Also, we got a chuckle speaking to JoAnn about people coming to the tents and expecting there to be no bugs...lol. People, you are in the middle of the woods. A concrete house couldn't keep critters out that far in the woods, the tents aren't going to either. There are bugs...and spiders...but they didn't bother us because the tents were clean and we used common sense when it comes to leaving food out.
After we checked in and got settles we decided to head out to Apacolola Falls, about 25 minutes from Ellijay.
After the falls, we headed to the town of Blue Ridge for dinner. At JoAnn's recommendation we went to Harvest, which was a great little restaurant that I would think should be located in a place like Boulder or Aspen.
Up next, day two...apple picking, pig races, cow feeding, picnic and a fabulous Farm to Table dinner!