James F. Martin Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there were claims of warming effects that were tempting.
Later we threw up the tent. Instead of everyone bringing their own we all carried pieces of a 6 person in hopes it would be more convenient/ warmer. It was definitely not warmer... I froze my tush off! It wasn't so bad at the beginning when we were telling not so scary stories (more like disturbing thoughts without the thrill) and chatting away. But once it got later.... oh boy was ...
... br> These next days are going to be busy super busy,I will spend some time visiting people in Columbia and repacking (again) until I'm satisfied and can pick up my mom from work on Wednesday so my parents can drop me off at the airport.
I plan to write my next blog entry about my flights and getting to my residence hall.
A plus tard,
Greenville is more of less the capital of South Carolina Upcountry, the part of state nearest mountains. It’s always impressed me as especially straight-laced and conservative area, although Anne tells me significant streak of more modern thinking does exist in some in-town neighborhoods. The Greenville County Museum of Art is quite small with displays of works by South Carolinian William Johnson and a substantial amount of Andrew ...
... Hollow Branch. This waterfall is smaller than the others - maybe 30 feet - but it had the best water flow. A leaning tree was right in front of the waterfall making photos challenging, but I found an angle to shoot with the tree framing the falls. Then we continued hiking up the forest road another half-mile to the last waterfall on this hike. Waterfall on Southern Tributary of Log Hollow Branch is the highest of the waterfalls, but ...
... was to visit Still House Falls. The waterfall is in Nantahala National Forest and there is a thin strip of public land that leads from the road to the waterfall. There is no trail, however, and it’s a very difficult bushwhack. The bushwhack is less than a half-mile, but took us nearly an hour and was incredibly strenuous. We climbed through dense rhododendron, belly-crawled under thick vegetation, and managed to cross a ...