Last day of vacation. So sad to see it go. This has been the most relaxing week of my entire life – hands down.
As a farewell to Lake Junaluska and our week of lazy freedom, Trey and I went to Joey’s Pancake House (http://www.joeyspancake.com/) for breakfast. And if you’re a smart cookie, you already know what I ordered.
No, but Eggs Benedict is an excellent guess.
Read the blog title and guess again.
BINGO! Bacon Pancakes. My arteries were screaming no, my my tastebuds were saying “Ooooooooooooh, yeah.” And yes, they were as glorious as I thought they would be, if not more so. Imagine it: three golden flap-jacks with two inch strips of bacon baked right in and a scoop of butter the size of a small orange all topped with Joey’s fresh maple syrup. De-lish. The next time you’re in Maggie Valley, you must go. But get there early – by 8:30am, the place usually has an hour long wait. And they’re only open for breakfast.
On our way back to the house Trey & I were laughing to ourselves about how touristy Maggie Valley really is. It’s like Myrtle Beach, only without the water. Everything else you’d see on the strip on any given day in August can be found in Maggie Valley too. Herds of Harley Davidson bikers? Check! Teenagers wearing far too little clothing? Check! Stores with innertubes and beach towels out front (Eagles, anyone?)? Check! And of course, airbrush booths. We shan’t forget those.
It still baffles me – leaves me dumfounded – boggles my mind – how (HOW? I beg you!), in this day in age, in a progressive society, how can there still be a market for anything airbrushed???