Kingwood Country Club & Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
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... bad until about a mile from the trailhead. We had to cross a small tributary and then head upstream. There’s not much of a trail at this point and it’s quite steep and rocky; at one point we were in a narrow strip of rocks and dirt in the middle of the creek. There were a couple parts with a rather treacherous scramble up wet rocks, but soon we made it to the base of Lee Falls. Again, the water level was low, but this is still a very ...
... Across the creek, some whitewater rafters had stopped for a break at this waterfall. We ate lunch here and then I took off my boots and waded across the creek and headed up to the base of the waterfall. It was hot enough that the cold water felt very good. The water level was low, so I was able to climb up the rocks near the base of the waterfall. As we were getting ready to head back, I saw a beautiful tiger swallowtail butterfly on some of the ...
... of the falls, where the spray was overpowering. I watched some kayakers take off down the now Class V rapids and then made the hike back to the car. On the way, I stopped quickly at Thurston Hatcher Falls - there would be no crossing the river now. While I was here, I met Tim, who wanted to go to Big Falls on Thompson River afterwards. I never pass up an opportunity for adventure on Thompson River, so we drove over to ...
... Again, we luckily found a good deal on a Subaru crossover that had fewer miles and was in better condition then his VW. Aaron really likes this vehicle, which will also be able to tow the small fishing boat he hopes to buy. Aaron is looking for a job in the area.
We connected with our good friends, Jim and Nancy Hackett, who have been superb in helping us blend into the Lake Keowee scene. We have gone to a ...
... mountains, and it didn't disappoint! Even the hotels and fast food restaurants stuck with the alpine theme! We soaked in the atmosphere for a bit before heading to the cabin, which was an adventure in itself! It truly was in the middle of nowhere, with dirt tracks of at least 30 degree inclination proving a challenge for our wee Ford Fiesta. We managed though, and the result was so very worth ...