Hampton Inn Easley
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Up and pack up the RV, sort out everything that seemed to make its way from one end to the other.
Back to Atlanta and return the RV. Taxi to airport and collect the car for the next week.
We have decided that we will make the journey across to South Carolina and visit our new friends. They really wanted us to come and meet their wives and families.
What was supposed to be a 2 hour drive from Atlanta turned out to be 4 hours for us. We ...
... two weeks there. First at a private campground on the Sound - Rodanthe Watersports and Campground. Really great spot - campsite right on the water. (20.00 a night- very reasonable for the Outer Banks. There are definitely NO boondocking places on the Outer Banks.)There were lots of French Canadians camped out there for kite boarding and wind surfing so it was great just to kick back and watch them make it all look so easy. Plus I loved listening ...
... br> My mother moved back to South Carolina in the '80s after my dad died; she currently lives in a very nice assisted living environment in Simpsonville. My very favorite male cousin, Sam, and his family live in Greenville. Sam has recently been diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer and placed under hospice care.
I told Jeff when we were out of town in April how upset I was that I hadn't called Sam before leaving the country. I felt so ...
... hopefully have some people donate to the cause. More info can be found here
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So as my first entry, I know I have not found my true writers voice yet, but I eagerly await what will become and have some interesting stories to share from the Trail. Keep coming back, It's only the First Journal and not even Day 1 of the trail yet.
... there was the most white on the ground. At one point, a small stream that flowed into Courthouse Creek was completely frozen with icicles going up the mountain as far as I could see. We crossed the creek twice and although the rocks were icy and slippery, we didn’t have any trouble. Where two forks came together, we crossed to follow the right fork and then crossed one more time. Soon after, we came to Upper Waterfall ...