Jameson Inn Seneca
Travel Blogs from Seneca
Stayed at Carolina Landing RV resort. This is a Thousand Trails resort. The overall look and feel is not so good. Grounds are unkempt, pool is already closed. No tv channels, no cable etc. Wifi at the clubhouse only. First site we attempted to hook up at had reverse polarity at the electric box.. Decided not to stay here for the full 3 weeks we had reserved. While here we spent the day out ...
... on the red-blazed
Asbury Trail. We passed a lake before heading
through the woods. A couple of side
trails led to “waterfalls”, but these were barely cascades and not worth leaving
the trail for. Towards the end of this
trail, we approached Matthews Creek and finally crossed the creek on a cable
bridge. The cable bridge consisted of
two cables running between trees on opposite sides of ...
... was still really pretty and in a beautiful setting. But it was getting late so we didn’t have a lot of time. After a few pictures, we made our way back to the car and headed back to camp. According to the GPS, there were no restaurants closer than 30 minutes away, so we made camp food and tried to get to bed early after taking advantage of the warm water showers. Unfortunately, it was a noisy night with a generator going, dogs barking, and ...
We packed up the car to drive home. It was more difficult due to all the purchases we had made. Again, Peggy, Joan and Linda shared driving responsibilities and Carol was navigator.
We always ask, "what was your favorite thing of the trip." We all agree that our excursion of whitewater rafting was ...
... rated as moderate. We reached the highpoint of the trail at 4930 feet.
We stopped at Mica's and ate lunch. Three of us had a Marguerite pizza and salad bar. The salad bar has lots of items for selection, and the pizza was excellent. Service was also good. Joan enjoyed her steak sandwich too.
Again, there was another stop to Victoria's Closet and a children's consignment store.