Hampton Inn Greenwood
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There is something to be said about a good tidy before stacking the packs on the front porch. It always helps me to clear my head and use all daily items and imagine whether they will be used or not. I also love to come home after a trip to a home that doesn't require a clean up to add to the acclimatization of the return. The whole point of an adventure is to explore, create, think and appreciate, not set yourself up ...
... was good--though I forewent the fried pickles.
We saw two humdingers (listen for the grain of salt here...): Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and a movie about racing cars, which, I swear I had to look up just now in order to remember the title. It's called Need for Speed (really, just the car kind, not the illegal drug kind), and, it turns out, is based on a video game.
... and there will be no power, sewer, water or Wi Fi. I won't know about cell signal, until we arrive. Therefore, there may be no activity, on this blog, for awhile.
In the afternoon we headed for Newberry to visit the Opera House. Upon arrival, we found the Opera House a den of activity with a TV show being filmed. There weren't any tours being given, but somehow, we ended up getting ...
We left the RV late on Monday after the thunderstorm passed over. We ran some errands and then caught up with Cousin Cindy in Laurens. It was great to see Cindy. After dinner in Laurens it was a short drive to the assisted living facility to see Addy and Ed Good. Addy is my father's sister and the last of the brothers and sisters. I believe there were 4 boys and 3 girls in the family. It was a nice visit and they seem well, with Ed soon to be 91 years of ...
... Correll walked us down the same road the troops had come in on. He explained the conditions and placement of troops in battle. The Battle of Cowpens was a turning point in the revolutionary war. On the grounds of the National Park site is the Robert Scruggs House, which we visited as well.
After the Battlefield we headed for Greenville for a late lunch and a visit to Falls ...