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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... know Wendell or have sat next to him in church would attest to the fact that he doesn’t exactly have the greatest singing voice, but when they play songs like that, he can beller with the best of ‘em. And I should add that the pastor’s message was good too. I love a preacher who doesn’t have to use notes and can quote scripture from the depths of his heart. The service was also well attended for an RV ...
... at the car, we continued south to get on SC-28 and headed to Yellow Branch Picnic Area. After parking, we got on Yellow Branch Falls Trail. This is a really pleasant trail, about 1.5 miles to the waterfall. Yellow Branch Falls was one of my favorite waterfalls in South Carolina. In high water levels, it is absolutely beautiful – it feels like a magical place. But even today, in lower water levels, it was still quite pretty and the ...
... bear. He quickly made his way into some dense rhododendron, so no way to take a picture. We decided it would be best to talk loudly as we hiked to ensure we didn’t startle another bear. Once at the river, we turned left to head upstream along Opossum Creek to the waterfall. It’s a pretty waterfall, but the water level was low and there was a lot of downed trees and foliage blocking the view. After some pictures, we made our way back. It was ...
... to an annual street car show in Forest City NC, a couple of hours from Seneca. There was a wonderful selection of cars that rivaled any show we attended in the Bay Area. One other notable event was Jazz on the Alley which is free and held every Thursday during the summer, in downtown Seneca. There is quite a diversity of people who attend, the music was excellent, and we had the best wings ever.
... hiking), caribou, and wolves. In Katmai, we saw more bears than we could count (again up close), not to mention all the salmon they were catching.
On this, our final trip to bag the last three parks, we made our third trip to Alaska and visited Glacier Bay, Kobuk Valley, and Gates of the Arctic National Parks. With the exception of our trip to American Samoa, it was, without a doubt, the trip we spent the most time in the air, just a ...