Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Clemson - Univ Area
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Day 10 of 49 (Sep 17). Know how you can tell you're not in Texas? Cross 3 states in 4 hours! Yes, we left Montgomery, AL, crossed Georgia, and entered South Carolina. The worst part of the trip was there were NO rest areas in Georgia, so it was non-stop. Well, they did have rest areas; two of them, one as you entered and one as you left and BOTH had barricades across the entrances. What’s up with that?
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... and started hiking up the red-blazed Asbury Trail. Initially, it passes a lake, though it was completely dry. The trail then heads upstream along Matthews Creek. It was clear that not a lot of other people had hiked this trail recently as the spider webs across the trail were awful. Clearing them with hiking poles was only marginally effective. We picked up some downed branches along the side of the trail that were more helpful although I imagine ...
... one has two sections and after the second section, we crossed another creek and came to the third field. The last time I was here, the water level was way up and we had to wade across, but it was low enough today that we could rock hop. After this crossing, the path headed into the woods and continued following Tamassee Creek upstream towards the waterfall. We saw a cute little orange toad right along the path through the woods. It’s ...
For the Labor Day long weekend, Sandy and I headed to South Carolina to get some waterfalls so she could finish up the WC100 challenge. We left Friday at 4 AM to get an early start, crossing into South Carolina right around sunrise. We continued on I-85 to Greenville, then headed to Westminster on US-123. In Westminster, we got on US-76 and then turned on Cobb Bridge Road. We then got on the gravel FSR 748 and drove about 2 miles to FSR 748C. Sandy was ...
... price. We are quite excited about this property and should be closing on it in about 3 weeks. See the attached photos. The house is a great place for family and friends to visit in comfort and be able to enjoy Lake Keowee, a few steps out back. We can't wait to get settled in our future home, enjoy the lake by just walking out back or watching it through the windows and porches.
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