American Eagle Inn - Fayetteville / Ft. Bragg / Pope AFB
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... looking from the side, I could see that it was like an umbrella. At one point I was right in the midst of the pitcher plants and a fly was buzzing around my head. I thought to myself that isn’t a very safe place for a fly and that he would likely end up as lunch for one of these carnivorous plants. The sun was quite bright and there was no adequate shade, so after a while, we paddled back to the dock to finish our kayaking ...
... a stretch calling this a falls - more of a Class I rapid. The water level was quite high so the “falls” were barely discernable. I couldn’t get out very far for a picture as the normally exposed rocks on the side were completely submerged. Hiking back up to the main trail, I saw more wildflowers close to the river bank. Throughout the hike today, the best spots for seeing wildflowers was near the river ...
... First stop was to see manatee. There were plenty to see but the water being murky in color I couldn't get good photos.
From there we went to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (http://www.fws.gov/merrittisland/). We viewed a nature video on the variety of turtle in the area, etc. The attendant told us they were releasing endangered turtles back into the ocean and said we could participate. What we experienced was so exciting.
... I then had to guide her into her room (unsuccessfully navigating the corner...) where I promptly left her lol. Bless.
Suffice to say, this morning we were greeted by a very hungover Hayley who continued to retch most of the morning!
Alex was a little worse for wear but recovered much more quickly! I'll have to get one of them to write a post of their exploits as it sounds like they had a very good ...
home in the back of our new best friend's stunning 60s classic convertible in Memphis.