The Firehouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... outside of Charlotte, SC.
Mom missed the hotel exit and then when we turned around, the Waze driving device had us make a complete 360 and travel 6 more miles to a completely different exit. Go figure.
Once in the hotel, we were going to bed on a sleeper sofa. When mom sit down, the foot of the bed flipped up in the air almost sending her to the floor. It was a wild ride.
Night nite, sweet dreams.
... the difference? If you were in my head you would, I promise.
I have committed to a study abroad program with my home university, North Carolina State University (Go Wolfpack!) and I will be heading to the University of Leeds in England for the next 5 months! The process has been long, oh so long, and I can't believe I'm down to single digit days! I filled out applications and documents and forms! I've obtained my first ...
... on top in the blazing sun before scrambling to the top of the route. it was super cool.
After one of the neatest routes ever we hiked to the other side of the wall to attempt some bolted routes. Sadly I am an idiot and only slipped my shoes half way on thinking it was short and simple... Boy was that a mistake. Not even 20 feet on the trail I step onto a ...
... a parking spot at the Jacob Fork parking area, we hiked the High Shoals Falls Loop Trail to the waterfall. The trail starts out following an old road and becomes more of a trail as it follows Jacob Fork upstream. As we approached the falls, the trail crossed the creek and headed up via stairs and rocks. This last section was a bit strenuous after all the climbing and elevation gain we had done for ...
... our stuff together and started hiking across the bridge and the parking lot that will hopefully soon be open. Almost immediately, we had to cross Catawba River. A few in the group were concerned about getting wet on this crossing so Shung stood in the middle of the river and moved some rocks around to make the crossing easier. We continued up the trail as it followed Catawba River upstream, with another crossing over Clover Patch Branch ...