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Jeff and Linda picked us up at 10am, and we were off to our Georgia Seniors golf outing at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in North Carolina. Not so fast, Jeff has to back out of the driveway. There is much sound in this car. Back up buzzer and seat belt bells make for much commotion. Whew, we made it out of the driveway without hitting the mailbox. Stop... I forgot my jewelry. The Theory of Lativity has already kicked in. Let's not pull into the driveway cause ...
Monday morning, we broke camp, said good-bye to our friends, and then headed east. We went north on SC-107 and cut over to SC-130, stopping at an overlook where we had lovely views of Lake Jocassee in the early morning light. We then took NC-281 and US-64 into Brevard, NC and then followed US-276 back into South Carolina. Right across the state line, we parked at the trailhead for Raven Cliff Falls at Caesars Head State Park. ...
... birthplace and boyhood area. Also, visited a museum with 4 parts. Today we did the Civil War museum and the village.
Day 64.Tuesday 28 July 2015
Went back to the museum and saw the Women in the civil War – this was very interesting. Lots of female spies on both sides and women joining the army – some dressed as men and others joining the fighting with their husbands. Another museum that covered from the Revolutionary war ...
I did pick up a geocache at the bridge—very easy one. I decided to forgo the other cache on the property, as it was inside a little tunnel through which water runs. Cache description warns about “a geocacher with wet feet.” I am sure David would have been more gung ho (here you go, Dave: ), but I wasn't interested in wet shoes for the rest of the day.
From the bridge, we headed down to Charlotte ...
"SO LONG - Y'ALL COME BACK NOW"
This was to be my last day in North Carolina and my final opporetunity to spend time with by old school buddy, partner in music and good friend Steve 'Hacksaw' Haynes.
Teresa, Steve's care lady is a wounderful person, not only does she go the extra mile looking after Steve, caring and cooking for him she also looked after me. On two occasions she made me one of notorious omelettes filled with cheese, fried onions and ham, ...