James F. Martin Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...
Sunday morning we woke up and packed up our stuff. We had to change the sheets, make the beds, and take out the trash to avoid a cleaning fee. Once finished, we headed west on US-64 to NC-215 near Rosman. Driving north for about 10 miles, we turned right onto Courthouse Creek Road (Forest Service Road 140). The forest roads do not get plowed or treated so this road was a little tricky to drive. It was going to get relatively ...
... descending. The second set didn’t have anything to hold on to, so we had to butt-slide down. After the “Stairs of Death”, we came out to a gated road and hiked down to Bearcamp Creek. At the creek, we hiked the short spur trail leading to Bearcamp Falls. This waterfall is also called Hilliard Falls, in honor of Glenn Hilliard, the founder of the Foothills Conference. There was a great campsite right ...
... an already long day of hiking. At least it wasn’t hot. Through the trees we were able to see Chub Line Falls and the waterfalls at the confluence of Augur Fork Creek and Maple Spring Branch. We were all a little tired after the trek to Wintergreen, so we decided to pass on trying to head down for these. We were also running low on daylight. We made it back to the car around 5 and then ...
... outweighed everything...
When we woke up Bryan and Ellan went to pump some fresh water as me and Nick broke up camp. Then we headed back. The return trip was quick and mostly downhill. Sadly we didn't get to enjoy strolling down the mountain because of the rush to get home but it was still time in the woods which is inevitable happiness :)
We got back to Greenville and had delicious personal pizza at Brixx then back home to Columbia.