Fairfield Inn Greenville-Spartanburg Airport
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... to the house. We stopped on the bridge going over and of all things watched the snakes in the river. Yuk! There were plenty too! Jerry even saw a rattlesnake on the way back.
Of course we are in the mountains so everything is up hill. Although I am not as sore as I thought I would be today my calves still hurt some when going up and down. Fortunately there were no steps, just hills. Our first stop was the goat barn. Mrs. ...
We arrived at Tom Johnson's about 1:30 and Jerry said he hoped to be away by 3:00. I thought surely we'd be away much sooner than that but as usual I was mistaken again. We met with Jeff Phillips and he went over the repairs that had been done and everything seemed to check out. After that Jerry wanted to meet with Ray, the service administrator to ask about the $700 that we had paid to Camping World for the fuse ...
Our first day will be traveling. I leave from GSP at 7am and arrive at Dulles around 10:30 am. I'll leave for Italy at 3:30pm Flight from GSP to Charlotte was short and sweet. On my way now to Dulles. I am going to have to get my baggage then head to ticketing and go through airport security all over again. What a ...
... okay to visit. He is doing a new radiation treatment and tires very easily. We promised to stay for 15-20 minutes. Sam and I have always been super close; I consider him more a (much) older brother than a cousin and she said he'd be thrilled to see us.
We started driving. It was a beautiful day. About the time we got to Georgia we realized that we needed to get a hotel room for the night in Greenville. Let's hear it for ...
... family was near by. Everything about the East Coast and the mountains that do't raise about 6,700 feet felt cozy, the wildlife was tame to me.
This trip though, This trip right here, is in a different weight class. I am out massed by the seemingly boundless wilderness. Aside from a 2 week trip in Skagit Valley, WA I have never camped on the west coast. The wildlife, "trail culture", Desert Hiking, High altitude hiking, ...