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Monday morning, we again work up right at sunrise, broke
camp and started out on our first hike of the day. Conveniently, Rainbow Falls is accessed
through Jones Gap State Park, so we didn’t have to drive anywhere. We hiked along the Jones Gap Trail as it ran
along the Middle Saluda River for a short ways, before taking a bridge across the
river for the Rainbow Falls Trail. This
On Sunday, we had planned to go to Gorges State Park and hike to the Horsepasture River and enjoy swimming and sliding on Turtleback Falls. Unfortunately, the water level was way too high to safely swim there this year. At least one person had died there in the past couple of weeks, so instead we headed to DuPont State Forest. On the way out of camp, Sandy and I swung ...
... In a New York minute!" Well, this was that New York minute, even though it didn't last a full 60 seconds. The only really bummer part of it is that Judy and I both realized immediately that it'll be the last solo trip I'll ever take. That's hard to cope with, being such a travel freak as I am. But it's right, no matter how disappointing it is.
Thanks for going along with me, even just from an armchair or a laptop.
... by a mysterious bug (or plant).
We continued down 100/41 to the beautiful town of White Springs. We stopped at a wayside park on the historic and scenic Suwanee River.
We cruised on through Georgia and made it to Anderson in time for dinner. Thanks to Steve we had an amazing lasagna dinner.
Tomorrow we start our journey.
Today we did a mini road trip to Greenville in South Carolina. It took about 2 hours to drive to Greenville and I am glad we did it.
The combination of being able to do a roadtrip and also being able to spend the day in another state was amazing.
The arts festival going on at the same time and we were able ...