Lois Jane's Riverview Inn
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... bit of DIY handyman tasks. We visited the War Memorial in Jacksonville - this is the only memorial in the U.S. where all he names of the Vietnam War fallen soldiers are recorded. The glass wall around the fountain lists those names. Another day we visited North Topsail Beach which is another extremely long and beautiful beach. It is vacation time here with school finishing two weeks ago so there were numerous families enjoying the beach. The holiday homes are so different to anything ...
... the local area and go for Fish. Both were delicious, we spoke to the waitress for a few minutes as she had been to Europe in the last year or so. Visits to Rome, Germany somewhere and her favorite London. After dinner we return to the hotel for a drink in the bar, a limited offering with only beer, wine and soft drinks available. A couple of beers and a watch of the ice hockey later it's soon 11 o'clock and time for bed. We have another early start in the morning with the alarm set for ...
25th & 26th April - We needed a break and laundry day and Mal needed a rest from all the driving so we checked into a fairly plush Hotel 5 miles from downtown Wilmington. After a sleep in we drove to downtown. It had some beautiful antebellum houses but the centre was dead, and this was Saturday morning . So after half an hour walking, in the drizzle, we came ...
... by. Then… what to pay. If it had been in Canada it probably would have been $200 for the glass and $100 for the labour. Dave said, “well, he wants $150 for the glass, so, $150 is all I need.” He wasn't going to charge me for the hour of running around and installing the window! I insisted on leaving him a 20, but even that was peanuts.
So… now to the coffee shop story. Once the window was in we walked across to the coffee ...
... br> While today's trip, in less-than-optimal conditions, got us past the Cape Fear and into a safe harbor --- well protected, good amenities, good friends to hang with --- it is infinitely easier than having to do it in sub-freezing temperatures and deadly chill factors that the next few days will certainly bring. This way we can continue to travel in relatively protected water to Myrtle ...
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