High Hampton Inn & Country Club
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... We parked here and took the short connector trail to the Foothills Trail then started hiking towards Chattooga River. In about a half-mile or so, we came to another parking area at the end of FSR-775 – apparently we should have driven a little further and parked here. We hiked for another half-mile or so and turned at the sign for Licklog Falls. It was just a small 10-foot cascade that looked like it needed some more water. I did ...
... and we drove down this extremely narrow gravel road with many mounds. It was an interesting drive, but thankfully quite short. We parked at the end and then started our first hike of the weekend to Riley Moore Falls. It’s about 1.5 miles round trip and moderate to the falls. At the end of the trail, we scrambled down to the sandy beach along the river for some pictures of the waterfall. The last time I was here, the water level was much higher and so ...
... Brevard to our home for the weekend - Falling Water cottage, a rental just east of Pisgah Forest. It certainly had an appropriate name given our adventures for the weekend. After checking in and unpacking the car, we headed into town for dinner at Twin Dragons China Buffet. After a long and strenuous day of hiking, the buffet really hit the spot. After dinner, we headed back to the cottage and went to bed ...
... if we forced the door open one more time it wouldn’t close at all, and we’d be cruising down the interstate with our stuff flying out the swinging door. So we stand in front of a man with perhaps five days worth of beard, an unhealthy color to his skin ,quite a few missing teeth. We explained the problem. He goes to open the door and it works perfectly. How can he fix something that isn’t broken?
... continues and is getting heavier.Brooke and I check the paddock- we are standing in ankle deep water and everything under the tent is soaked. Family members start fighting wondering how this wedding is even going to take place. Brooke and I pull Bridget aside to discuss our options: 1. We postpone the wedding until Sunday morning and hope that guests can stay a little longer, 2. We ring around (this tiny tiny town) to see if there is an available venue on such short ...