200 Main By Old Edwards
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... seeing some pretty coral fungi growing near a footbridge. In about a half-mile, we reached the spur trail to Station Cove Falls. Some brilliantly orange Jack-o-Lantern mushrooms were growing around a tree near the turn. It was a short way on the spur trail to the waterfall. This waterfall looked a little pitiful in the low water and there were a lot of people here, so we didn’t spend too long. Surprisingly, we actually had cell signal ...
... Across the creek, some whitewater rafters had stopped for a break at this waterfall. We ate lunch here and then I took off my boots and waded across the creek and headed up to the base of the waterfall. It was hot enough that the cold water felt very good. The water level was low, so I was able to climb up the rocks near the base of the waterfall. As we were getting ready to head back, I saw a beautiful tiger swallowtail butterfly on some of the ...
... down the path another 2.5 miles to the turn for Big Falls. It’s not terribly obvious, but I spotted the flagging tape and cairn at the turn. From here, it’s a steep climb down to river level. It starts off moderate, but gets steeper and steeper. Ropes tied to trees help with the steepest parts near the end. Once down to the river, we had to go upstream a bit to the base of Big Falls. A downed tree made getting to ...
... about 4 miles, or about a half-mile past Blue Valley Campground, we pulled over near a gated road. From here, we hiked up the gated road for about a half-mile to a clearing with nice views of the pretty fall color. Right past the clearing, we reached a creek and headed upstream a short ways to reach Picklesimer Rock House Falls. Similar to Moore Cove Falls earlier in the week, this waterfall has a freefall over a cliff with a ...
... powerful voices.
We left the program at the church and wandered the streets of Highlands shopping. We made purchases and again the shop owners are friendly. One recommended Victoria's Closet, a consignment shop, in Cashiers.
Due to rain we headed back to the condo with a detour to Victoria's Closet. My sisters went wild in there. Again, purchases were made.