Travel Blogs from Franklin
... 8217;t as bad as I had expected and soon we were back on the old
logging road. This was the second and
last waterfall in Pickens County, so back at the cars, we continued making our
way east. We got back on SC-11 going
past Table Rock and turning onto US-276 towards Caesars Head State Park. Our last waterfall for the day was Moonshine
Falls, which is in Caesars Head State Park.
However, there is a ...
We woke up around sunrise on Saturday, quickly broke camp, and hiked down to see Riley Moore Falls. This is a 12-foot waterfall on the Chauga River. Given the height, I wasn’t expecting to be too impressed with this one. But despite the low height of the falls, it was nearly 100 feet wide, spanning the entire river and the water was really flowing, and it turned out to be pretty impressive after all. Interestingly, the water appeared to be ...
... Linda added that she enjoyed meeting the young men at the rafting company (they were all college students, the owners are teachers in the local school system) and the two women who shared the raft with us.
Unbelievable, our expenses for this trip per person was around $308 plus our own personal ...
... rated as moderate. We reached the highpoint of the trail at 4930 feet.
We stopped at Mica's and ate lunch. Three of us had a Marguerite pizza and salad bar. The salad bar has lots of items for selection, and the pizza was excellent. Service was also good. Joan enjoyed her steak sandwich too.
Again, there was another stop to Victoria's Closet and a children's consignment store.
We drove to Highlands. We had been to Highlands in March several years ago when there was snow on the ground. I thought we would go to Highlands Biological Station and Nature Center again. I try to not repeat activities for us, but I thought with no snow on the ground it will be different. We walked several of the short loop trails of diverse flora and fauna (not seeing much fauna). ...