Super 8 Lavonia
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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... about 30 or so, not counting kiddos.
This will be our last evening at Colorado Landing. The weather has been wonderful…80’s daytime dropping to the 60’s at night. Wendell is about to grill some burgers for our dinner and I think I’ll join him outside for a while. We had to move the picnic table behind the RV and prop it up on leveling blocks so he would have a place to set the grill. Improvise. Be creative. ...
... had a magical feel. Sandy and I climbed around on the rocks and got pictures of the waterfall from different points. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the cute little salamanders all around the waterfall that I had seen previously. As more people started to arrive, we made our way back. Our last waterfall of the day was just across the street. We pulled into Stumphouse Tunnel and paid at the self-serve kiosk, then parked at Issaqueena Falls. ...
... humid and the entire hike back is uphill, so it was a bit of a grueling hike. No more bears along the way, though. Once back at the car, we headed back to US-76 towards Westminster and turned on Brasstown Road. In 4 miles, we turned right on FSR-751 and drove to the parking area at the end. It’s a short hike, but you sure get a lot of bang for the buck on this one. In a quarter-mile, the trail comes to Brasstown Creek at the top of the waterfall. We ...
Our house search started out with some frustration, as one of the houses we were very interested in was snatched up by someone else and the selection that fit our criteria was very limited. The long and short of it is we found a fantastic property that we were able to get under contract at ...
... 24 total hours. We flew on 17 different flights on 12 different airplanes--seventeen separate takeoffs and (thankfully) seventeen separate landings. Over eight thousand total air miles.
Glacier Bay was not terribly hard to get to since Alaska Air flew into the small village of Gustavus adjacent to the park, but the other two were pretty remote and the main reason we saved them for last. To visit Kobuk and Gates, neither of which can be reached by ...