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... the low water. We crossed the logs at the base and got some pictures from the sandy beach. There were a lot of nice wildflowers blooming around the base of the waterfall as well as a cairn in the shallow water. We got some pictures here and then started heading back. Back at the car, we got on SC-107 south and past the campground, turned left on Winding Stairs Road, a steep and winding gravel road. At the end, we turned right on Jumping Branch ...
... and we drove down this extremely narrow gravel road with many mounds. It was an interesting drive, but thankfully quite short. We parked at the end and then started our first hike of the weekend to Riley Moore Falls. It’s about 1.5 miles round trip and moderate to the falls. At the end of the trail, we scrambled down to the sandy beach along the river for some pictures of the waterfall. The last time I was here, the water level was much higher and so ...
... on Brewer Road, just off NC-281. From here, we hiked down the old gated logging road that follows Thompson River downstream. In about a mile, we passed the side trail that leads to High Falls and shortly after that, we had to ford the river. The water level was lower than the last time I was here as there were several exposed rocks sticking out above the surface. Not enough to rock hop though, so we had to wade across. ...
Our house search started out with some frustration, as one of the houses we were very interested in was snatched up by someone else and the selection that fit our criteria was very limited. The long and short of it is we found a fantastic property that we were able to get under contract at ...
... 8217;t that great. We saw a faint path heading down past the wooden overlook, so we followed it to try to find a better view. It was quite steep and we had to hold on to rhododendron branches to get down. We came out at a spot at the base of a 15-foot or so cascade over several rock ledges. This part of the waterfall is just below the part we could see from ...