Hampton Inn Brevard
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I'm a nervous traveler, but some things happened recently that are motivating me to be calmer. So this is my pledge to try to be aware and to be/stay calm during our journey.
John deserves yet another Good Husband award for going so far out of his comfort zone again and coming with ...
... strange waving long branches around as we hiked. In a little over a mile, we came to the cable bridge across Matthews Creek and got on the pink-blazed Naturaland Trust Trail, turning right. We followed this trail until the next split at a cairn and went right on an unofficial trail that looked like an old road. Shortly thereafter, we made another right at a cairn and followed the path to the top of Moonshine Falls. We stopped for a snack in the ...
... of the falls, where the spray was overpowering. I watched some kayakers take off down the now Class V rapids and then made the hike back to the car. On the way, I stopped quickly at Thurston Hatcher Falls - there would be no crossing the river now. While I was here, I met Tim, who wanted to go to Big Falls on Thompson River afterwards. I never pass up an opportunity for adventure on Thompson River, so we drove over to ...
... following Toms Spring Branch upstream. The trail varied from mostly level to a little steep, but it wasn’t too hot today, so didn’t seem bad. And the mountain laurel were in full bloom along the trail, which made for a beautiful sight. We also saw a cute little snake right along the trail. He didn't seem to be bothered by us and kind of looked like he was grinning. In a little over two miles, the ...
... Creek, we saw what we thought was a beaver, but he disappeared under the water before we could get a good look. Past the fields, the trail continues to follow Grogan Creek upstream. In about a mile from the start of the trail, we took a short side path to Waterfall on Grogan Creek. I hadn’t been to this one before, but it was a pleasant surprise. It’s not a big waterfall, but really pretty with the water tumbling down numerous rock ledges. We got ...