Super 8 Piedmont/Greenville Area
Travel Blogs from Piedmont
... we saw a cute little eastern newt on a tree. He seemed to get real still when we got close
to take pictures, but his bright orange color makes for lousy camouflage. A little further on, we reached the overlook
for Raven Cliff Falls. Raven Cliff Falls
is a huge 400-foot waterfall and the viewing deck is very nice. Unfortunately, it’s quite far away, so it’s
hard to get an idea ...
... Quickly, we realized we had
gone the wrong way and turned around to take the right fork to a wooden platform
overlooking The Narrows. Eastatoe Creek
drops 600 feet through the preserve, culminating at The Narrows, where it flows
through narrow channels. Heading back
up, we stopped to put some marking tape on a tree indicating that the falls are
to the right, and then made the hike back up.
... Creek Falls, just up the forest road from the entrance to Kuykendall. It's a nice waterfall and Sandy had never seen it before, so we swung by since it was so close and easy to visit. After that, we finished packing up and met everyone at the Advanced Auto Parts in Brevard. Brit's alternator had died but luckily for her, Cotton was able to install a new one right in ...
Not much more needs to be said.
Regardless of how it ended, it was a great trip while it lasted! I crossed the Atlantic for the first time; rented a tux for what had better be the last time; saw good friends; met some neat people; drank some great wine; ate some wonderful meals (and some not so wonderful); rode a lot of neat trains; and saw some fantastic scenery.
Along the way, I collected Monaco, Liechtenstein, ...
... by a mysterious bug (or plant).
We continued down 100/41 to the beautiful town of White Springs. We stopped at a wayside park on the historic and scenic Suwanee River.
We cruised on through Georgia and made it to Anderson in time for dinner. Thanks to Steve we had an amazing lasagna dinner.
Tomorrow we start our journey.