200 Main By Old Edwards
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... outweighed everything...
When we woke up Bryan and Ellan went to pump some fresh water as me and Nick broke up camp. Then we headed back. The return trip was quick and mostly downhill. Sadly we didn't get to enjoy strolling down the mountain because of the rush to get home but it was still time in the woods which is inevitable happiness :)
We got back to Greenville and had delicious personal pizza at Brixx then back home to Columbia.
... many of which are "Summer Homes" to the affluent people across the Country.
The really neat thing is that Grandpa Chandler is the Painting Contractor (and very trusted resource) for many of the owners in this area, in addition to several other areas that he drove us through, therefore, we were able to get up close and personal to many of the homes which was really neat.
So, after touring the rich and ...
... Creek upstream. We were only about a quarter-mile from Enloe Creek Falls and I carefully watched the GPS as we got closer and closer. For a short ways, it would have been difficult to get off the trail due to dense rhododendron, but then there was an opening and we got off trail and started bushwhacking towards the creek. Soon, we could see the waterfall through the trees and I knew we would be successful this time. ...
We had planned this trip for a year ago but time constraints from planning our daughter's wedding necessitated a postponement. This year we will be leaving in mid May primarily to avoid mosquitos and return after about six weeks in Alaska. We plan to follow the Alcan up from British Columbia to Fairbanks, down to Anchorage through Denali, on to the Kenai Peninsula for about a week, ferry to ...
... to get some beer and ice at the grocery store. Driving back to camp, it began to rain heavily. By the time we reached the camp, it had lightened, although the creek crossing to get into the camp was higher than it was earlier in the day. But it continued raining all night, heavy for a while and then light for a while. When it was heavy, it actually woke me a up a few times in the night with the heavy beating on the tent's rainfly.