Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Living up to its name

If you were planning on taking a vacation in a certain area of South Carolina, prepare to be disappointed/relieved:
The U.S. Forest Service said a South Carolina camp site known as Hell Hole may be closed to camping due to unsanitary conditions.

Sumter National Forest rangers said the camp site, near the Chauga River, has become unsanitary due to trash and human waste left behind by campers, WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, S.C., reported Tuesday.
Not to worry, though. Other local camping destinations such as "The Pit of Despair" and "The Municipal Dump" will remain open during the cleanup should you still want to sleep outdoors in filth.

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