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Ever since arriving at Outdoor Mission Camp this summer I have been given opportunities to learn new skills to help me be a better letter. The hard-skills so far had been learning how to raft down the Nantahala River which is whitewater with class 3-4 rapids. I have whitewater rafted before, but never have I guided and I can say it is so much fun. My abs and arms did not like the guiding aspect and reminded me that I am no where ...
These last three years have been filled with opportunities, adventures, challenges, and even tribulations, as God has been working hard to shape me into the person He desires me to be. Since coming to Montreat College, I have been able to grow stronger within my faith and chase my calling of Outdoor Ministry and Outdoor Education. My passion for the outdoors has streamed from my childhood and from God using nature to bring me to Christ. Similarly, I have a calling ...
Monday morning, we had breakfast at the hotel and then packed up our
stuff and checked out. We headed back to Pisgah Forest one more time.
On FSR-475, we continued past Cove Creek Group Camp and parked at the
trailhead for Toms Spring Falls. There are a number of primitive
camping sites along FSR 137, so the parking lot was almost full. After
getting out stuff together, we hiked across Davidson River on the
bridge and turned right on FSR 5046. It was just a ...
... and then started hiking back. Once back to the cars, we continued on FSR 475 to the gated FSR 5095. We parked here and hiked along the gated forest road. It was about a mile to where the road crosses Long Branch and here we scrambled up a steep path to the waterfall. The water level was lower than the last time I was here and I was able to carefully climb out onto the rocks at the base for some pictures. Once we were finished, we hiked back to the car. We ...
... asleep and had little energy.
Joe woke everyone up with the radio, turning it really loud and making sure it wouldn't go higher. When everyone was awake for the second time, we took in the marvelous mountain views. The road was very windy and the land was full of crops. The area, to us, was very rural. There was no chain restaurant for a good twenty minutes, and the land was littered with family made houses that looked to have been there for decades. ...