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As we sit down to write this blog the sun has come out. Not the same when we left this morning, low clouds and rain. Well a couple days ago we were told by a lovely couple of a covered bridge in Madison county which they had seen that morning, they said this was the bridge used in the famous film. "The Bridges of Madison County" so we had to go, having been given ...
... paper due here in a week and I'm hesitant not because of the writing of it but instead of the time needed to do it.
These last two- three weeks have been extremely fruitful and worthwhile as I have been finding a balance between being lead, teaching others to lead and leading others. I may not sound that bad but when you are faced with all of them at the same time it is hard to be in all the roles and be present with them all. I have ...
... the various points to take photos.The weather was not particularly good so many of the peaks were shrouded in mist. We were advised to visit the Looking Glass Waterfall.It took us three attempts to find it, first we saw the Skinny Dip Falls. We reached it after a very hard hike, scrambling over rocks and tree roots, but we made it.Needless to say we did not go ...
... Red Rosa’s, asking me why on earth I’d go backpacking again after I made it sound so horrible in my previous blogs. Well, I do it because it is an adventure! Sure, there’s hardship and discomfort, but I’m not likely to get chased by a bear in Minneapolis, am I? If two weeks of sleep deprivation are the price to pay for that experience, I’m happy to pay it and would do it again.
Though hopefully next time my pants won’t be down when it happens.
See you soon,
... in North Carolina), which we rode on Day One of our trip -- two weeks ago. Click here to experience the Diamondback -- which, of course,, is named for the snake you don't want to mess with.
We'll turn west at Buck Creek Campground & Driving Range, and join NC-80. Buck Creek, seemingly in the middle of nowhere, bills itself as having 74 hook-up sites and a state-of-the-art driving range. Seventy-four hookup sites sounds like something ...