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... any further information. Signs all over town say "Our name says it all." Well, ok, I guess that will have to suffice.
Lake Hartwell is beautiful. As we crossed the bridge between the states, we had glimpses of calm, sparkling blue waters. Carolina Landing is a nice park but extremely crowded. When we checked in, we were told there were only TWO spaces remaining. Thank goodness we had reservations. Our site is not exactly ...
... had a magical feel. Sandy and I climbed around on the rocks and got pictures of the waterfall from different points. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the cute little salamanders all around the waterfall that I had seen previously. As more people started to arrive, we made our way back. Our last waterfall of the day was just across the street. We pulled into Stumphouse Tunnel and paid at the self-serve kiosk, then parked at Issaqueena Falls. ...
... all the waterfalls we would see were much more powerful then. For Riley Moore Falls, however, I thought the waterfall actually looked better in low water conditions. Although the waterfall is the width of the entire river, it’s only about 12 feet high. In high water conditions, it looks more like a big rapid, but today it looked more like a waterfall. We got some pictures from the beach then climbed up to get some pictures from the side, then ...
... Again, we luckily found a good deal on a Subaru crossover that had fewer miles and was in better condition then his VW. Aaron really likes this vehicle, which will also be able to tow the small fishing boat he hopes to buy. Aaron is looking for a job in the area.
We connected with our good friends, Jim and Nancy Hackett, who have been superb in helping us blend into the Lake Keowee scene. We have gone to a ...
... we had to fly on a small plane from Fairbanks to the very small village of Bettles and fly from there on an even smaller float plane into each park for a brief hour or two of short hiking.
The major attraction in Glacier Bay NP was the bay itself. We took the day-long boat tour into the bay for a relatively close up look at several glaciers, a couple of which were tidal glaciers that 'calved' huge chunks of ice into the bay. Though we did not get ...