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... 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.
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... Then we happened upon "Art on the River" - a whole area filled with a wide variety of artists. We ate lunch at "Clingman's Cafe" and sat outside on a sunny patio - lovely! We spent the rest of the day exploring the artists' studios and meeting the artists. We returned home for a bit of down time and then a pot luck dinner with Jim and Sue in our NEW HOME. We'll add more pics as we download them from the ...
... out the quirky shops and people. We even gave a woman (with a genuine Southern accent, finally) a ride to an AA meeting at a local church. Southern people are so friendly...
The drive back was so nice. Good talks, beautiful scenery (thanks to a wrong turn), and it finally cooled down. We ended the night with some BBQ, at a place that was truly hopping. It was so much fun. ...
... a creek and a few of us went for a swim, listened to music for a bit, and just enjoyed the simple beauty that comes with being in nature. Gypsy J (one of our leaders) informed us there would be a surprise waiting for us at lunch-and when we arrived to Lake Lure we were greatly pleased to find wristbands that allowed us to get onto the lake water, and into a water park complete with a water slide. We quickly stripped down to our bibs and ran ...
... we followed the blue-blazed trail through an open field and then into the woods. Shortly, we had our first stream crossing, with a small “waterfall” flowing down the side of the cliff face into Cove Creek. Not really a waterfall, but rather pretty nonetheless. Something to distract us from the cold water. The water level at the creek was high enough that there was no way to cross dry. So we took our boots and socks ...