Americas Best Value Inn - Anderson
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This will be our last evening at Colorado Landing. The weather has been wonderful…80’s daytime dropping to the 60’s at night. Wendell is about to grill some burgers for our dinner and I think I’ll join him outside for a while. We had to move the picnic table behind the RV and prop it up on leveling blocks so he would have a place to set the grill. Improvise. Be creative. ...
... seeing some pretty coral fungi growing near a footbridge. In about a half-mile, we reached the spur trail to Station Cove Falls. Some brilliantly orange Jack-o-Lantern mushrooms were growing around a tree near the turn. It was a short way on the spur trail to the waterfall. This waterfall looked a little pitiful in the low water and there were a lot of people here, so we didn’t spend too long. Surprisingly, we actually had cell signal ...
For the Labor Day long weekend, Sandy and I headed to South Carolina to get some waterfalls so she could finish up the WC100 challenge. We left Friday at 4 AM to get an early start, crossing into South Carolina right around sunrise. We continued on I-85 to Greenville, then headed to Westminster on US-123. In Westminster, we got on US-76 and then turned on Cobb Bridge Road. We then got on the gravel FSR 748 and drove about 2 miles to FSR 748C. Sandy was ...
This blog is an update on our progress in establishing a new life on the opposite side of the country. After a wonderful trip, seeing many sights while crossing the country in our RV we made it to Seneca SC on August 4th. We set up our temporary RV home site in the Keowee Falls RV Park. Except for the Rebel Flags and critter hunting (pellet ...
... hiking), caribou, and wolves. In Katmai, we saw more bears than we could count (again up close), not to mention all the salmon they were catching.
On this, our final trip to bag the last three parks, we made our third trip to Alaska and visited Glacier Bay, Kobuk Valley, and Gates of the Arctic National Parks. With the exception of our trip to American Samoa, it was, without a doubt, the trip we spent the most time in the air, just a ...