Days Inn Clemson
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... one in the park. The sites in our section are terraced and very close together. When you put the RV steps out, there is barely room to get out before the ground takes off uphill. But, hey, it’s not costing us anything so I won’t complain. We have a membership with Thousand Trails and staying 20 days a year in any of their resorts offsets the cost of our membership. We are already up to 28 days this year and plenty of TT ...
... of people here. I thought this place was pretty much unknown. But they were heading up, so when we reached the gorge, we had it all to ourselves. We turned right at the bottom and went to the small platform overlooking the Narrows. It’s not a huge waterfall, but extremely scenic with the water tumbling down through an extremely narrow gorge. This is another of the few waterfalls that I thought looked better in low water. After a few pictures, ...
... one has two sections and after the second section, we crossed another creek and came to the third field. The last time I was here, the water level was way up and we had to wade across, but it was low enough today that we could rock hop. After this crossing, the path headed into the woods and continued following Tamassee Creek upstream towards the waterfall. We saw a cute little orange toad right along the path through the woods. It’s ...
... Across the creek, some whitewater rafters had stopped for a break at this waterfall. We ate lunch here and then I took off my boots and waded across the creek and headed up to the base of the waterfall. It was hot enough that the cold water felt very good. The water level was low, so I was able to climb up the rocks near the base of the waterfall. As we were getting ready to head back, I saw a beautiful tiger swallowtail butterfly on some of the ...
... to an annual street car show in Forest City NC, a couple of hours from Seneca. There was a wonderful selection of cars that rivaled any show we attended in the Bay Area. One other notable event was Jazz on the Alley which is free and held every Thursday during the summer, in downtown Seneca. There is quite a diversity of people who attend, the music was excellent, and we had the best wings ever.