Baymont Inn & Suites Anderson/Clemson
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Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...
... descending. The second set didn’t have anything to hold on to, so we had to butt-slide down. After the “Stairs of Death”, we came out to a gated road and hiked down to Bearcamp Creek. At the creek, we hiked the short spur trail leading to Bearcamp Falls. This waterfall is also called Hilliard Falls, in honor of Glenn Hilliard, the founder of the Foothills Conference. There was a great campsite right ...
... ifs... Then we passed a camp site with an "E'" spelled out on a rock with sticks... CREEPY. I all the sudden felt like I was in a horror movie.
Me and Nick sped up once we hit a downhill stretch, screaming Ellan's name in hopes we were close. Eventually I screamed an Bryan replied saying he was with her so he stopped and we caught up. Whew. no accidents thank goodness. In retrospect we probably should not have let her go ahead but Nick ...
So I thought I would begin a blog... I'm not sure why, considering I'm not much of a writer or photographer but I thought it might be a way to let you all know what's going on in my life. I plan to create a hand-written travel journal, so this will probably just include pictures from my adventures and short blurbs although we'll have to see what happens :)
With the dawn of a cloudy day and rain in the forecast I decided to make a left turn to Greenville rather than continue on to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The Carl Sandburg Home NHS is high up in the hills in Flat Rock, North Carolina. Who Carl Sandburg and why is house a National Park System unit? Sandburg was a famous American poet and biographer of Lincoln who chose to live in a pretty and quiet spot in western North Carolina for the last couple ...