A Cabin In Willoughby Woods
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We traveled from Aunt Peggy & Sheldon's house to Henderson, NC. I rode criss-cross applesauce all the way to our hotel. Mom drove. It rained the first half of the way.
Aunt Roz's family is from Hartwell, GA. We crossed over lake Hartwell on our way into SC. In SC, we went passed Clemson University.
Uncle Grady was a cheerleader for Clemson University more than 50 years ago.
We stopped at Cinco De Mayo ...
... to the left, leading down to the falls. Courthouse Falls is a pretty 45-foot waterfall nestled in a cove with high rocks walls surrounding. A thick layer of ice surrounded the narrow chute of water on both sides. We got some pictures here and then hiked back up. We continued hiking down FSR 140 to the gate and then continued past the gate. In about three-quarters of a mile, the road ends at a Middle Waterfall on Courthouse ...
Saturday morning, we woke up relatively early. John didn’t sleep well the night before, so he decided to stay at the cabin and rest. A good thing, as this was going to be a very long and strenuous day. After a light breakfast, we headed west on US-64 to Sapphire and turned onto NC-281 south into South Carolina. Almost immediately after crossing the state line, we turned into Bad Creek Power Station and parked at ...
... rosebay rhododendron blooming along the creek and the trail. At one point, the rhododendron formed a tunnel of green leaves and white flowers to hike through. In about a mile, the trail followed another logging road and crossed Davidson River on a big bridge that led back to the parking lot. I shuttled the other drivers back to their cars at Gloucester Gap and then we packed the cars up and began the long drive ...
... to Bird Rock Fall. Although the weather made for miserable hiking, it also made for much more powerful waterfalls. As we approached Bird Rock Falls, there were two narrow waterfalls flowing down the side of the huge cliff above the falls. I don’t think these normally exist, except after a good rain. I've visited this waterfall before and never seen the water pouring down the cliff face. And Bird Rock Falls itself was flowing much more powerfully ...