Baymont Inn & Suites Duncan/Spartanburg
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... after. The boys played chess with Douglas and Angus before we had to leave. It was awesome to have those few hours of food and fellowship! I found a small little place online for us to have dinner in Asheville, NC called Eats and Treats. While we sat at dinner we came up for our new family rally cry (family focus) for the next few months and enjoyed our last vacation meal together. I have to give a shout out to Digger for and awesome job of packing and driving. There is ...
... USAirways because they had a direct, non-stop flight from Charlotte to Madrid. Then, a couple of months ago, in their infinite wisdom, USAirways/American decided to cancel our direct flight and re-route us to Madrid by way of Philadelphia. So, we'll kill a couple of hours here in Charlotte and then continue our scenic route (courtesy of the new AmericanAirlines) to Madrid by way of ...
Our first day will be traveling. I leave from GSP at 7am and arrive at Dulles around 10:30 am. I'll leave for Italy at 3:30pm Flight from GSP to Charlotte was short and sweet. On my way now to Dulles. I am going to have to get my baggage then head to ticketing and go through airport security all over again. What a ...
... to leave knowing that I won't be with him when he starts his next journey, but I'm incredibly happy we had these hours together.We said our good-byes.
We found hotel in Simpsonville quickly as I'm familiar with that area. We hadn't eaten anything since our 1pm lunch rest stop and it is almost 10pm. Desperation leads us to IHOP.
We get back to our room, have a glass of wine and fall asleep.
Tomorrow is surprise day!
... life experiences, and life-long lessons
I am adding in something new as well. My Pacific Crest Trail is going to be a HIKE For Mental Health. HFMH is a great organization where 100% of donations are used directly for Mental illness research and wildlife preservation. I believe in this program and the positive, creative ideas that the organization puts together. I am grateful that I can use my legs and spread the good news of this ...