Hampton Inn Clemson-University Area
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... of us so we will definitely get our money’s worth in 2015.
Day 11 of 49 (Sep 18). How rude!! The park maintenance people were out with their huge, noisy lawnmowers at 7 AM this morning. I realize they may want to get a head start while it is cooler, but that is just too darn early. Being on base and being wakened by Reveille is one thing; that’s a wakeup call to get to work, but please…no mowers. I will ...
... making our way back. The climb back up was steep, but the switchbacks reduced the slope and we stopped to see some mushrooms growing along the way. After getting up out of the gorge, the rest of the hike back was pretty easy. Once back at the car, we headed south on US-178 and took Cleo Chapman Highway west as we headed to the parking area for Twin Falls off Water Falls Road. Not surprisingly, there were a lot of cars here. The hike is an easy ...
... bad until about a mile from the trailhead. We had to cross a small tributary and then head upstream. There’s not much of a trail at this point and it’s quite steep and rocky; at one point we were in a narrow strip of rocks and dirt in the middle of the creek. There were a couple parts with a rather treacherous scramble up wet rocks, but soon we made it to the base of Lee Falls. Again, the water level was low, but this is still a very ...
... here. After a couple pictures, we made our way back to the car. We then drove back on FSR-755 for less than a mile to the trailhead for Opossum Creek Falls. The trail heads through a forested area towards Chattooga River. About half way down the trail, I heard something moving in the brushes. As I got closer, I startled it and it started to run. It was big, so I thought it was a deer, but I got a quick glance and it was big and black with a brown muzzle – ...
Our house search started out with some frustration, as one of the houses we were very interested in was snatched up by someone else and the selection that fit our criteria was very limited. The long and short of it is we found a fantastic property that we were able to get under contract at ...