Affordable Suites of America, Greenville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I learned from Dana that in North Carolina it is legal to bury bodies on your property, which is true of many areas of the south, definitely Savannah as well. I did notice lots of tiny little cemeteries in NC awkwardly placed placed, like at the entry way to a trailer park. Developing properties are built around and ON TOP of cemeteries. What strikes me as so odd about the cemetery ...
... exploration and settlement off the coast of North America. With a reconnaissance in 1584, a colony was attempted on Roanoke Island the following year, but it did not succeed. A third voyage was made in 1587 with a goal of establishing a true colony, with women and children among the settlers. This "Cittie of Ralegh," led by John White, was a challenge from the start, especially with difficult relations with the ...
... for Christmas. I know my mom and dad are sad I won't be here yet happy for Johnnie and me. Our plane leaves this afternoon and all is ready. I am awaiting Johnnie to return from work and my limousine. (It is really my mom and dad's truck but limousine sounded much more sophisticated.) We will soon be off to the airport for the next 2 days of flying. I know, we won't arrive in Cairns until December 21st! The time change is really going to mess with us. ...
... geocaching and a road trip in store.
We can't wait to arrive and begin to explore.
Johnnie is saying, What have I done?!
I know that he loves me, we are going to have fun!!!
The adventure Down Under how special it will be.
A wedding with my soul mate God made just for me.
God be with us tomorrow and all through our stay.
Our blessings go out to our family and friends, we pray.
... This is the newest of the park’s trails and leads from the boardwalk towards Mallard Creek. There are the remains of several old tar kilns along this trail. At the first, we stopped for a few minutes and Bill gave a brief history lesson about how tar kilns work and the importance of the logging industry and specifically, tar and pitcth, to the area. We also learned where the term "tar heel" came ...