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Travel Blogs from Greenville
... At a point, I
couldn’t go any further, because the wind was so strong, I was afraid I’d get
blown over on the wet rocks. When we
were done, we started making the hike back down. Although we had the falls to ourselves, we
saw quite a few people hiking up on our way down. A nice thing about camping at the park is you
can get an early start and avoid the crowds.
... Creek Falls, just up the forest road from the entrance to Kuykendall. It's a nice waterfall and Sandy had never seen it before, so we swung by since it was so close and easy to visit. After that, we finished packing up and met everyone at the Advanced Auto Parts in Brevard. Brit's alternator had died but luckily for her, Cotton was able to install a new one right in ...
... In a New York minute!" Well, this was that New York minute, even though it didn't last a full 60 seconds. The only really bummer part of it is that Judy and I both realized immediately that it'll be the last solo trip I'll ever take. That's hard to cope with, being such a travel freak as I am. But it's right, no matter how disappointing it is.
Thanks for going along with me, even just from an armchair or a laptop.
... by a mysterious bug (or plant).
We continued down 100/41 to the beautiful town of White Springs. We stopped at a wayside park on the historic and scenic Suwanee River.
We cruised on through Georgia and made it to Anderson in time for dinner. Thanks to Steve we had an amazing lasagna dinner.
Tomorrow we start our journey.
... to some local band perform during the arts show. I can honestly say that there is something really quaint about this town.
As well as being a normal town little boutiques as well as chain shops there was a waterfall in the middle of the town which I have never seen before which turned out to be a pleasant surprise.