Baymont Inn & Suites / Camp LeJeune
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been selected to play in an upcoming All Star tournament, which made this Grammy smile! I just wish we could watch him play.
On Friday we took the kids to Atlantic Beach and Ethan’s girlfriend Julie joined us. She’s a little cutie and it’s nice to see Ethan with a girl who is friendly and sweet just like him. The day was overcast and in the low 80’s with about 180% humidity! I exaggerate, but you get ...
... spider - not including the legs - was the size of a Titleist golf ball! Being too hot to do much at all, we decided to bring the towels down to the beach and lay under the shade of a tree and read a good book. Kids played in the water as we watched the sun lower in the sky. That evening I made friends with the camp host. He collects driftwood and pretty shells on the beach, selling them as his little side business (national forests must not pay too well). From ...
... of my Great grandmother's house and the lady that owned it came out wanting to know what I was doing. I must look like the paparazzi. I told her I loved her house because it was my great grandmothers and she invited me in to see the remodeled kitchen. We then went walking around the downtown historic streets and visited the birthplace of Pepsi. I love Pepsi and Mike loves diet Pepsi Brian loves Mt. dew (but ...
... owned shops and restaurants. City bordered by two big rivers which join here on their way to the Atlantic and a peaceful city park at that spot. Boats, sailboats, marinas everywhere. Nice place to visit. Sat in the city park for a while. Uneventful drive back to Raleigh... in time to watch the news and for dinner. Thanks, ...
... morning I navigated RT through the narrow streets around central Raleigh and then drove 3 hours to New Bern on North Carolina's Central Coast. The city is at the confluence of the Neuse and Trent Rivers. The Neuse eventually empties into a bay and then the Atlantic. This section of North Carolina coast is sheltered from the Atlantic by Cape Lookout National Seashore. The Farmer's Market ...