Knights Inn Columbia Northeast
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... Bryan I wiggled my way up the tree into the broken floorboards of the house. Both Bryan and Nick followed and we carefully explored the area. It was the coolest thing ever, so well designed this guy was a genius. Even though he is gone his work is still appreciated.
We hit the put in right as the sun came down so it was a quick and easy load on the way out.
... sloughs with water tupelo and bald cypress. Though you wouldn't know from looking at it, this area is actually not a swamp, because it's not always flooded. When the Congaree River floods, the area is inundated with water, but eventually, it flows back out to the river through small guts as the water level of the river goes down. Past the sloughs, we turned left on the boardwalk and followed it to the end at the ...
... I bet he was the truck parked next to us..... He said,"hey!!" Not in a friendly way but in a wtf way. He then watched me walk back to the cab (I think he was bewildered). Yes, I have a pee pot (more about that later). Men can just hang off the side of the truck. Fueling up takes a long time....we have a small tank. They can get up to 300 gallons though. To fill the tank on this truck can cost $750! Besides fueling there ...
... could. I became great friends with my roommates who I met on craigslist but turned out to be 2 of the most amazing people I have ever met. Their puppies are my favorite dogs in the world! They have a wonderful group of friends I have been lucky enough to hang out with and even their families have been incredibly welcoming.
Although not an ideal location, Columbia is a gem and I know that my time here will be enlightening and I WILL be sad to leave.
... spend some time with Brother David as he rehabs from another broken leg, see and love on my special friend, Saundra and see how I can help neighbors, Jody, Sharon, Richard and Mary as they deal with surgeries. We look forward to being back with our church family and reconnecting there. Lastly, thanks to everyone who has read my blog. I hope it was not burdensome and that you have experienced some of our Great Alaskan Adventure with us. Good bye and God ...