Woodlands Inn of Sapphire
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... strong as I used to be :-( overall though it is a joy and is a game to me as I try to avoid rocks and trees while also attempting to hit the best waves. When I wasn't guiding and riding as a participant I got to goof off like standing up in the raft was we went through rapids in attempts not to fall, which I did not accomplish. I also boat hopped into another guides boat just to surprise them and make the slow parts of the river ...
... the same opportunity to others.
This summer, I have been given an opportunity to serve at Outdoor Mission Camp (OMC) as an intern directly underneath the program directors which serves as a capstone to my college degrees. ...
... to Toms
Spring Falls. First, we got some pictures from the road, then climbed
up the rocks and got some pictures up close. Then we backtracked a
short ways and turned right to get on Daniel Ridge Loop Trail (#105).
Initially, the trail is quite steep as it ascends to the top of the Toms
Spring Falls via a couple switchbacks. Then it leveled off a bit,
following Toms Spring Branch upstream. The trail varied from mostly
level to a little steep, but ...
... FSR 475 until we reached NC-215 and headed north. About 2 miles before reaching the Blue Ridge Parkway, we turned left on FSR 4663 and drove to the intersection with FSR 4663B and parked. We hiked down the rest of this forest road, though we could have probably driven it without a 4WD as the Forest Service suggests. At the end of this road, there were three paths. We took the path leading straight ahead and followed it to the base of Dill Falls. Another couple was ...
... the chilly water. Once across, we continued following the old logging road as it ran parallel to Thompson River. Although we could rarely see the river from the trail, we could hear it often as the water roared over falls and cascades. In about 2 miles from the river crossing, we came to the side trail that leads down to Big Falls. Despite using GPS, we initially passed the side path and had to turn around. The logging road continues ...