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Travel Blogs from Greenville
Well, here we are in Greenville, South Carolina, and you never would have thunk it, but we were much more comfortable in the deeper south than we are here. It may be because we were in cities, and with friends. But when we checked in to our hotel in Greenville, the lady working the desk was really nice until she saw the Massachusetts license. After …
... magnitude of the falls. There used to be another viewing deck that
was closer, but I think it was destroyed by storm. It’s also possible to hike down to the falls,
but there’s nowhere to really get a good view.
And we were tired from all the hiking this weekend, so we sat and had a
snack for lunch at the overlook before heading back. Victory!
17 named waterfalls in four ...
... than usual. It was a bit harder to get out on the bedrock slope and much of it was covered in water. But there were enough dry sections that we made it to near the top. However, at this point there was no going further. The water was fast-flowing and covered the entire width of the bedrock just below the "bridal veil". It might have been possible to bushwhack a ...
... In a New York minute!" Well, this was that New York minute, even though it didn't last a full 60 seconds. The only really bummer part of it is that Judy and I both realized immediately that it'll be the last solo trip I'll ever take. That's hard to cope with, being such a travel freak as I am. But it's right, no matter how disappointing it is.
Thanks for going along with me, even just from an armchair or a laptop.
... by a mysterious bug (or plant).
We continued down 100/41 to the beautiful town of White Springs. We stopped at a wayside park on the historic and scenic Suwanee River.
We cruised on through Georgia and made it to Anderson in time for dinner. Thanks to Steve we had an amazing lasagna dinner.
Tomorrow we start our journey.