Residence Inn Columbia Northeast
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... trip to Europe and sadly died in a motorcycle incident and the house was left vacant. Of course the county tried to make the home inaccessable by tearing down the stairs but it is still completely climbable. Slightly dangerous because it is old untreated wood and about 25 feet off of the ground surrounded in broken glass. But still beautiful and eerie.
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... Behind the visitor center, we got on the boardwalk trail and turned left at the first intersection to hike the boardwalk loop in the clockwise direction. Due to an ice storm last year, part of the elevated boardwalk was closed so we turned right onto Sims Trail south through the forest. This trail is not blazed, but runs along an old gravel road and was easy to follow. At the south end of the trail, there were ...
... to update, a truck inspection to do, WD-40 to buy, oil to check.... Pet peeve: restrooms with no paper towels Why? Well..... #1: the blowers don't dry your hands #2: you (and everyone else) have to touch everything on the way out #3: if you need to wash your face you have to dry it on your dress #4: the blowers are loud One more thing. I can't figure out why automatic flush toilets always flush while I'm still sitting on ...
... bring us closer as a team. The values of this organization are priority and I am so happy to be a part of it.
Not only has my time here been productive at PASOs, supporting the organization in any way possible, attending events and workshops and training sessions. I have also accomplished so much more in my personal life! I have received my TEFL (teach English as a foreign language certification), I am in the process of starting an art program ...
... SC to London to SC, for a total of 32,000 miles. It seems as if we can never out do him. (Brian, have you seen Mt. McKinley?) His quote from Susan Sontag; "I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list."
I am ready to be home for a while---ok maybe a few trips to Tryon--to see the Kricket Clan and the Charleston Comptons and to get some hugs and kisses from all of them. Being away from them is the toughest thing about such a long trip. I ...