Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Columbia Airport
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Today marks a couple of firsts. First day writing a blog, first day going to a National Park, first day of summer, and first time traveling in the new car.
So today we left at 8:45 and drove for hours to Congaree National Park. We got there and had a great picnic at the pavilion across the parking lot. We went straight inside to the Harry Hampton ...
We had a crazy weekend mixed with multiple festivities (including the awesome game of True American), however, kayaking along Saluda Shoals was probably the coolest thing I have done in Columbia yet. It was slightly windy but overall the weather was beautiful. We put in and paddled upstream against the current (bound to be sore the next day).
We reached the dam about a mile or ...
... sloughs with water tupelo and bald cypress. Though you wouldn't know from looking at it, this area is actually not a swamp, because it's not always flooded. When the Congaree River floods, the area is inundated with water, but eventually, it flows back out to the river through small guts as the water level of the river goes down. Past the sloughs, we turned left on the boardwalk and followed it to the end at the ...
... to update, a truck inspection to do, WD-40 to buy, oil to check.... Pet peeve: restrooms with no paper towels Why? Well..... #1: the blowers don't dry your hands #2: you (and everyone else) have to touch everything on the way out #3: if you need to wash your face you have to dry it on your dress #4: the blowers are loud One more thing. I can't figure out why automatic flush toilets always flush while I'm still sitting on ...
After I graduated with my bachelor's degree I decided joining the AmeriCorps would be the best option for me. I wanted to get away but still stay close enough in case family emergencies arose. I got responses back from probably 5 or 6 organizations interested in me being their Vista, but the first organization that contacted me was PASOs.
After my interview I knew I was interested in the position because I truly believed ...