James F. Martin Inn
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We had no plans for the day. So even though we got jolted out of bed, we lazed around with our puzzles and email before frying up a little breakfast. Good ole Southern style: Sausage, biscuits and gravy. I don’t care if we are in South Carolina….no grits, Janice! They served some with my fish the other night at Nick’s Boathouse and I STILL don’t like 'em.
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... and Twin Falls is a great waterfall. Reedy Cove Creek splits into two streams at the top of waterfall, hence the name. To the left, the water plunges off a 75-foot granite cliff while the right stream tumbles and cascades down and around boulders before the two streams meet up at the bottom. It was dry and the water level was low so we were able to climb around on the rocks and get up close to the waterfall. I had taken my boots off, but hadn't need ...
... It really reminds of something you might see in a tropical rainforest. We got some pictures here and had a snack then made our way back. From here, we made a short drive to Oconee Station Road and parked at the trailhead for Station Cove Falls. The small parking area was almost full, but we were able to get the last parking space. This is an easy waterfall to get and so quite popular. We hiked along the Palmetto Trail towards Oconee ...
... bear. He quickly made his way into some dense rhododendron, so no way to take a picture. We decided it would be best to talk loudly as we hiked to ensure we didn’t startle another bear. Once at the river, we turned left to head upstream along Opossum Creek to the waterfall. It’s a pretty waterfall, but the water level was low and there was a lot of downed trees and foliage blocking the view. After some pictures, we made our way back. It 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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