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... At a point, I
couldn’t go any further, because the wind was so strong, I was afraid I’d get
blown over on the wet rocks. When we
were done, we started making the hike back down. Although we had the falls to ourselves, we
saw quite a few people hiking up on our way down. A nice thing about camping at the park is you
can get an early start and avoid the crowds.
... most of the way until the last
half-mile, where it departs from the ridge and heads down into the gorge. Although it was quite steep, a series of
switchbacks and wooden stairs made it seem a little less steep. Due to the humidity, I was sweating a lot
going down, meaning going back up would be worse. When we got to the bottom, there was a split
and we initially went left passing a primitive campsite as we ...
Our time in North Carolina has come to an end and its time to head cross country to show Luke the American way, other than the Southern way! It has been a great month with the twins, Daniel and their amazing families. We may even miss hearing Rex the horse stomping his feet while eating breakfast at some ungodly hour in the morning. See you in ...
... does not come on. The first Walmart does not have material, so we drive 30 minutes in the other direction to the Super Walmart. We find what we need. 4.30pm: We arrive back to the house. We need to throw on the new table clothes, dry the plates and cutlery, redress the tables, drape material and hang the lights.... 18 people are running around desperately trying to get everything done. Back up generator is up and running but only enough to power 1 set of lights in the ...
... the woods and get behind the falls, but we decided against it. We just hung out here for a while, had a snack and enjoyed the view before making our way back. Justine and the others continued on to see High Falls and Triple Falls, but Sandy and I were getting tired and had already seen these falls so we decided to make our way back home after another waterfall-tastic ...