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From Cliff Well we left the safety of Glens home in Jacksonville and got a nice sendoff from Lisa and the girls as well as a fantastic roast chicken dinner the night prior. We had the bikes serviced at the local Harley shop in the break as well as repacking. We were a little late in leaving due to me sleeping in but left a little after 8am. We rode …
... STUMPHOUSE TUNNEL, ISSAQUEENA FALLS AND CHAU RAM FALLS.. These places were AWESOME!!!! We got quite a bit of walking in on the trails. Some of it was pretty steep. Tried a little striper fishing from the dock but no luck. Campground is really hilly and mountainy which is neat.
Supposedly are upgrading the campground. We will see how it goes. Is ok for short stays only at this time.
... water flow was creating lots of spray and nearly
hurricane-force winds. This definitely
didn’t help with pictures, but nonetheless, this is definitely one of the most
impressive waterfalls I’ve ever seen.
When I walked up the rocks to get a little closer (without the camera,
of course), I ended up getting completely drenched, more so than from all the
rain we had ...
... underwater). We carefully moved him off the trail and continued on to Lee Falls. The area around Lee Falls was very beautiful – almost like a tropical rainforest, even more so with the rain. Unfortunately, the wet rocks and stinging nettle made for treacherous maneuvering to get good pictures. It’s also hard to get the entire waterfall (there are two distinct streams) as well as the cascades below. We stayed here for a while, and ...
... is at ground level and considered dangerous. We climbed the wooden steps down to the second level.
We stopped at a lookout on the side of the road to view Chattooga Lake and the Smoky Mountains.
We arrived again at the Walhalla Fish Hatchery in South Carolina. This time it was to hike the East Fork Trail. We ate lunch first at one of the many ...