Quality Inn Clinton
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- Continental Breakfast
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... find my rhythm on these surfaces and I am forced to move slower than the speeding cars around me, I think "Soon it will be different". Soon I will wake up thousands of miles away from home, with everything I need to survive with for the next 4.5 months in a 48 liter backpack. I will be no where around, but my family and friends will continue with their lives, my bandmates will continue to make music, Spartanburg SC will continue on. and I ...
... was good--though I forewent the fried pickles.
We saw two humdingers (listen for the grain of salt here...): Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and a movie about racing cars, which, I swear I had to look up just now in order to remember the title. It's called Need for Speed (really, just the car kind, not the illegal drug kind), and, it turns out, is based on a video game.
... to be impressed, that I knew what it was and went on to explain, it belonged to his father. His father, Clifford Glenwood Shull, won the prize in physics in 1994. Is that crazy? I actually was more impressed, by the fact, that Mr. Schull and his hardware store had been on American Pickers.
We will add to the blog when possible. Thanks for checking in. Happy Trails! Signed Carolina ...
... exterior. The House of Representatives was in session and we sat in for a while.
One of the newer National Parks is near Columbia and we decided to drive on over. Congaree National Park became a NP in 2003. There is a Visitor Center, primitive camping and a number of trails. We tried a walk on the elevated boardwalk but were turned back by rain. I had an umbrella, but the walk was getting slippery. Well, we didn't want to be so close and not visit.
... Correll walked us down the same road the troops had come in on. He explained the conditions and placement of troops in battle. The Battle of Cowpens was a turning point in the revolutionary war. On the grounds of the National Park site is the Robert Scruggs House, which we visited as well.
After the Battlefield we headed for Greenville for a late lunch and a visit to Falls ...