Simply Divine Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... course led us to assigning each other Scooby Doo characters. Wasn't difficult, I bet you can all guess who got who lol. Since Hayley was out of action I drove us out of Washington, D.C. in spite of the sat nav being a bit ****, and onto the i95 where we stayed all day today and will continue on tomorrow! A single stop at Denny's for lunch and one stop for gas and in total I covered 316 miles today until ...
... area near Beddingfield Creek where a large number of ferns were growing in the floodplain of the creek. The Demonstration Trail makes a double loop and at the far end, we got on the Watershed Extension Loop that runs along the northern perimeter of the forest. There was some nice fall color along this area as we hiked along creeks and through powerline clearings. Much of the best fall color to be seen was along these clearings ...
... empty lot, then drive to Jeep to Aunt Irms. Aunt Irma looks good, says she feels good but hates all the tubes! We talked about Grandkids, great-grandkids, football and Enno and Gui. They are in Vero Beach and Gui isn't feeling too well. Her bad is very painful but she was determined to come to the states because her Grandkids were coming to visit. I know Aunt Irma would love to see them again. Her assisted living facility is lovely - even if she is ...
... asphalt to finally arrive safely to a home cooked meal at Mom and Dad Hall's house in North Carolina.
A few highlights:
- Our highest ever night camping at 12,000ft at the base of four majestic 14ers in Alma, CO.
- The trip up highway 82 from Aspen to Leadville ...
... main battle lines staying between the guns, keeping to the main parts of Henry House. But at 96 degrees Fahrenheit, we did not stay out in the open for long.
We eventually set off for the drive to Fayetteville and soon needed Petrol, sorry Gas. At the same time found James a Taco Bell so he could eat. The rest of us opted for a Burger King later on after refuelling the car with $60 dollars for a full tank (£37). This ...