Super 8 Claremont
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... parking area right as we pulled up. We got all our stuff and backpacked in about a half-mile along Lost Cove Trail (#262) following Gragg Prong downstream. The campsite was just off the trail and was a really beautiful little spot, just above the creek with a small cascade nearby. After getting our tent set up, we donned our daypacks and continued along the trail about a mile to the Upper Waterfall on Gragg Prong. Although we ...
... end. He never questioned the Hospice people being at the house, he never questioned the hospital bed in his family room, he never wondered why we were all there 24 hours a day. He just sat and talked to me about everything from Dr. Phil (yes, you read that correctly) to the Cardinals (the actual birds, not the sports teams). And sometimes I would cry and sometimes I would laugh. But mostly I just watched him and was so monumentally grateful that I was his daughter.
Another beautiful morning in the campground... and a walking tour of downtown Asheville. Then the drive across the mountains into central North Carolina on I-40 -- crossed the Eastern Continental Divide and then a six-mile very steep downhill stretch. At Hickory I turned south and drove through the small town of Maiden to ...
... the WORST high school football team ever. We scheduled the orphanage, Childrens' Home for homecoming every year so we could get ONE win. They only had one goal post at their field (you can look it up), so they played at West Rowan every year. Jim and I were the stars of the team, of course. That is how pathetic we were. Then, Jane's SECOND cousin, once removed, Diane and her husband, Tom, invited us for a wonderful meal ...
... a chance to meet and speak with interested students. I was warned that not much comes from it in terms of prospectives and not much did. There were some good conversations. But most of the seniors (I had all seniors at my table) were really stuck between more school, working, or going overseas to volunteer. No one I spoke with was anywhere near certain on wanting to pursue theological education. Hopefully tomorrow's visit to Pfeiffer will help make up some for ...