The Skelton House
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... 20). Yep, I skipped a day. When the only thing you can highlight is a trip to Walmart, you might as well take a blogging break. That’s not intended to be a negative comment. It’s just the location. We’re 17 miles from the nearest commercial area, and there is nothing that I found in my research to cause us to spend time there. Although reports are that the county museum is pretty good. The area, however, is ...
... the low water. We crossed the logs at the base and got some pictures from the sandy beach. There were a lot of nice wildflowers blooming around the base of the waterfall as well as a cairn in the shallow water. We got some pictures here and then started heading back. Back at the car, we got on SC-107 south and past the campground, turned left on Winding Stairs Road, a steep and winding gravel road. At the end, we turned right on Jumping Branch ...
... and we drove down this extremely narrow gravel road with many mounds. It was an interesting drive, but thankfully quite short. We parked at the end and then started our first hike of the weekend to Riley Moore Falls. It’s about 1.5 miles round trip and moderate to the falls. At the end of the trail, we scrambled down to the sandy beach along the river for some pictures of the waterfall. The last time I was here, the water level was much higher and so ...
... Again, we luckily found a good deal on a Subaru crossover that had fewer miles and was in better condition then his VW. Aaron really likes this vehicle, which will also be able to tow the small fishing boat he hopes to buy. Aaron is looking for a job in the area.
We connected with our good friends, Jim and Nancy Hackett, who have been superb in helping us blend into the Lake Keowee scene. We have gone to a ...
... 24 total hours. We flew on 17 different flights on 12 different airplanes--seventeen separate takeoffs and (thankfully) seventeen separate landings. Over eight thousand total air miles.
Glacier Bay was not terribly hard to get to since Alaska Air flew into the small village of Gustavus adjacent to the park, but the other two were pretty remote and the main reason we saved them for last. To visit Kobuk and Gates, neither of which can be reached by ...