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Dry Falls

Oh, the irony of the name! Dry Falls is located in Highlands, North Carolina. The parking area is on the smaller side so I'd definitely recommend getting there early or on a less traveled day. A short walk down some stairs leads you to the waterfall, where you can walk behind the falls. Plan on… Continue reading Dry Falls

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Bridal Veil Falls

Located in Highlands, NC, Bridal Veil Falls is a breathtaking waterfall you can pull right off on the side of the road to see. There is a parking area and also a walkway that allows you to take a stroll behind the waterfall. We visited here when I was 12 years old, and it made… Continue reading Bridal Veil Falls

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Issaqueena Falls

Located near the Stumphouse Tunnel is the beatiful Issaqueena Falls. This is one that you can definitely take your stroller to (if you have a jogger) but for better views (which we couldn't climb down to) bring a baby carrier! This is a very easy hike to a platform to see the falls through the… Continue reading Issaqueena Falls

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Things You’ll Hear 1000 Times as a Twin Mom

I want to preface this by saying that by no means am I ever offended or annoyed by any of these things being said to me! This is solely for laughs. Since becoming a mother to twins almost 17 months ago I have become accustomed to feeling like there's a spotlight on us whenever I'm… Continue reading Things You’ll Hear 1000 Times as a Twin Mom

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Sadlers Creek State Park

This park has grown to be one of our favorite spots to take the kids. Clean bathrooms, nice trails, and an incredible view of the lake. The first time we went we accidentally hiked the bike path (oops- what I get for not looking at a map) but it was a really great walk through… Continue reading Sadlers Creek State Park

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Beech Bluff Trail

Back in June we visited Lake Hartwell State Park to hike the Beech Bluff Trail. It was a beautiful sunny day and we were ready for an adventure that was close to home! Double stroller in tow, we hit the trail only to realize yet again...we should've brought the baby carriers... After walking for a… Continue reading Beech Bluff Trail

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Devils Fork State Park

When the world shut down at the start of the pandemic, so did our state parks here in South Carolina. Being new to the state we were so eager to get out and explore, but of course understood the severity of the situation and waited patiently. You can bet as soon as they opened in… Continue reading Devils Fork State Park