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Today we are headed home. Another fun "Road Trip" has come to an end.
We had breakfast at the hotel, and are loaded up and trucking. Let's take bets on how long before we make a stop.
We learned a lot on this trip. We learned about the stupid camel thing, that the Little Dipper is fondu and not ice cream, how to find the bull, you can park for a short time in a handicap spot and not get ...
... and see the chapel. I mentioned that I felt like I was in a National forest and he said it is the Duke Forest donated by the Duke family and can never be built on. It started raining pretty hard so Leesa came inside to join me. We got some lunch and continued watching the massacre. Oh sorry, that would be football game. Game over. Tech loses. They are lucky it wasn't worse than it was. So much for football. Better luck next time. Now back to the room ...
... a Kodak moment with a Duke's football coach, walked over to the chapel. They are renovating the chapel so we could not go inside. From there we walked to the Divinity School to check out their cafeteria. On the way we passed the Goodson Chapel and there was a guy playing the piano. He was very talented. We decided against eating at the cafeteria and went to the recommended burger spot. Bull City Burger and Brew was the place to be. They have grass ...
... up with some of his friends. Sunday saw us at the Washington Duke Golf Club and Inn for brunch - such a beautiful environment to enjoy brunch out on the deck. After such a lovely brunch there was time for Peter and Cam to chainsaw and pack some wood ready for the fire pit as September 1 heralds the first day of fall and the cooler days ahead. The leaves are beginning to fall and as the house is in a forested area there are plenty of leaves and it is a daily task to sweep ...
... 12, hello 13, hello love - or at least a passing fancy.
It was that kind of day for us road warriors. Unexpected moments mixed in with the business of traveling. A quick jaunt to Savannah -- a city none of us had visited before -- was both lively and wet our whistle for a longer visit during a less hot time of year. The forecast high for today was 97. Hell might be the only place hotter -- but it's a dry heat there. Oy. Fascinating place, even through the car ...