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Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...
... and headed to Lower Whitewater Falls. The trail went through the woods, then followed a gravel road, before skirting around Whitewater Mountain. It then descended steeply to a nice wooden overlook for the waterfall. The falls were a good distance away, but the overlook was positioned well for views of the 400-foot waterfall surrounded by ice. After a few photos, we headed back and soon were back at the car. Our hike ...
... down the slope after it. He was unsuccessful in his endeavors however, it was highly amusing to us.
Ellan went ahead to get a head start and we followed after her maybe 10 mins. It would have been less time but we had to stop at the overlook. It was beautiful. Slightly foggy and overcast but you could still see for miles. Talk about vertigo... maybe I was just dehydrated but boy did it feel a little wobbly up there.
... days left until I get on a plane to start the semester and I'm excited. I got my hair cut today, tried to figure out the rest of my paperwork and have reviewed my packing...again. I am only bringing one checked bag, and a backpack and small tote bag for my carryons, so I'm trying to remember I can't bring everything I would like to bring due to space and weight ...
... that depict scenes from the Bible and glorify God. This all actually seems quite weird since Bob Jones University’s brand of Protestant fundamentalism derives from the iconoclastic school of religious belief that was smashing elaborate and decorative works of Catholic-produced art in the 1500s and 1600s rather than producing it. But everything about Bob Jones University seems weird. Unfortunately no photographs are allowed in the Bob Jones Museum Gallery.