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... the car, we left the park and got back on SC-11, stopping for a
roadside waterfall on our way back to Caesars Head. Wildcat Branch Falls is a nice cascading
waterfall right on the side of SC-11 between US-276 and Jones Gap. There is a nice-sized parking area here and a
vendor had set up a truck selling boiled peanuts, ice cream, and other
snacks. We stopped for just a couple
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 ...
... I made it almost all the way up to the top of Mont Blanc. I saw sea birds even Judy hasn't put on her life list. England'll be there; so will Lisbon, Luxembourg, Norway, Finland, Tangiers (you're safe, Andrea; the score for Africa is still Dad 0, Andrea 0), and Tallinn, all of which were definitely on my "collecting list" this time.
If you remember how I ended last year's blog, however, you may recall I said "would I do ...
... 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.
... to some local band perform during the arts show. I can honestly say that there is something really quaint about this town.
As well as being a normal town little boutiques as well as chain shops there was a waterfall in the middle of the town which I have never seen before which turned out to be a pleasant surprise.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking