Best Western Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... subject of church, I will say we sure do miss the saints at Hillside Fellowship but this morning’s service was great. We sang several songs…old songs…like back home growing up kind of songs. Wendell thought he’d died and gone to heaven when they did “When the Roll is Called Up Yonder”. That’s not his favorite, but it’s a close second to “When the Saints Go Marching In”. ...
... 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 ...
... back. Although the weather was dry, we saw a lot of colorful mushrooms and other fungi along our hikes this weekend. Back at the car, we made the white-knuckle drive back up and then got back on US-76 towards Long Creek. We got on Turkey Ridge Road (FSR 755) and drove about 3 miles to the turnaround at the end of the road. From here, we began hiking down FSR 755I for about a half-mile to the end of this road. Along the way, we some some interesting flower ...
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 ...
... 8217;t that great. We saw a faint path heading down past the wooden overlook, so we followed it to try to find a better view. It was quite steep and we had to hold on to rhododendron branches to get down. We came out at a spot at the base of a 15-foot or so cascade over several rock ledges. This part of the waterfall is just below the part we could see from ...