The Inn at Brevard
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... so good ol' Bryan started slamming down the dead trees until pieces fell off. This was a surprisingly useful technique. It was super windy so we had to feed it a lot, the smoke continued to blow in our faces and all of the built up ashes began to suffocate it. Nonetheless it was a fire.
We tried cooking some freeze dried macaroni and chili mac backpacking meals. Well Bryan and Nick did but they call for too much water so they were goupy ...
... the library and my trusty notebook which I've been recording important spots to hit during my time abroad. Let me just say, it was quite the circus act carrying these books home. At least the travel books have kept me sane. I know this will be one of the greatest experiences of my life, I just have to step outside my comfort zone and do it!
I feel as though I will never be ready to leave, I just have to do it. Everyone gets ...
... br> These next days are going to be busy super busy,I will spend some time visiting people in Columbia and repacking (again) until I'm satisfied and can pick up my mom from work on Wednesday so my parents can drop me off at the airport.
I plan to write my next blog entry about my flights and getting to my residence hall.
A plus tard,
... The trail crossed the creek above the falls and there was a very steep scramble down to the base, made even worse by the wet rocks. But we managed to get down safely, get a couple of pictures, and then climb back up. Luckily, some exposed roots on the wet rocks provided a handhold to climb up. Then we crossed the creek and continued to follow Farlow Gap Trail. It was a much more gradual slope downwards from ...
... FS-4663, Grace’s car in front of us slid off the side of the road. We all stopped and could see that it wouldn’t be easy to get the car back on the road. So Betsy and Leslie drove to the end of the forest road where there was a house. Fortunately, the nice gentleman and his wife came back with a truck and chains and saved the day, pulling Grace’s car safely back onto the road. He certainly knew what he was doing; this was not the ...