A Cabin In Willoughby Woods
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Travel Blogs from Brevard
... extremely steep trail and it was hot and humid despite being early in
the morning. The trail is relatively
flat at first crossing Cox Camp Creek a couple of times, and then really
getting steep as it moves away from the creek.
After a seemingly endless number of stairs, the trail leveled off a bit
as it went past some huge rock outcrops and approached the base of the falls. There ...
... a ton of graffiti on the rock. Although most of it is kind of trashy, there
were a couple of spots of graffiti that were actually artistic. We walked around, checking out the different
tags and love notes, and then headed back to the car. When we got to Caesars Head, the ranger told
us that we were actually camping at Jones Gap State Park. The two are connected as the Mountain Bridge
Wilderness Area. But it would be ...
... while, just long enough to get some pictures, but soon more and more people made their way down here. As the base got more and more crowded, we decided it was our cue to leave so we made our way back up to the cars. We drove through Walhalla again, taking SC-183 to SC-11 to our next hike. Along the way, we found a gas station that took credit cards and restocked on gas, Gatorade, and ice. From SC-11, we took Oconee Station Road past the historic ...
Our time in North Carolina has come to an end and its time to head cross country to show Luke the American way, other than the Southern way! It has been a great month with the twins, Daniel and their amazing families. We may even miss hearing Rex the horse stomping his feet while eating breakfast at some ungodly hour in the morning. See you in ...
... Lake Superior into Canada and return to the US at International Falls MN or spend more time in the upper peninsula of Michigan between Lake Michigan and Lake Superior. And we plan a different route up to that area than the usual I-75. Our beginning mileage on our Leisure Travel Free Spirit Class B Van is 75525. We expect to add about 3500 miles in a short ...