Cambria Suites Raleigh-Durham Airport
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... of the team and their retirement wishes. I also received a gift from my colleagues in India. I love the elephants. Thanks to everyone who made my retirement really memorable for me and my wife.
Before we start our travels in the RV, we have to find a new home for our Toyota Prius. We asked both Lisa and Zack if they wanted the vehicle. Zack is a Jeep man - he didn't want anything to do with the Prius. So Lisa wins and gets ...
Johnnie and I arrived at the airport and said our goodbyes to family. We made it through check in and security in record time and have lots of time to spare. The terminal is quiet so it wouldn't take much for me to take a nap. I fear that people watching will keep me from sleep though. Right now our flight is on time and it will be late when we arrive in LA for our connector to Brisbane. I can't wait to see ...
... and a well-manicured plot, it was easy to see the difference in affluence. At this point, we turned around and started heading back on Graylyn Trail. Near the power lines, we headed into the woods along an old road and came to another magazine, this one made of brick, on a ridgeline above Sycamore Creek and Trail. Then we hiked the rest of Graylyn Trail and found another homesite right at the intersection with ...
... orange and red leaves lining the edges of the clearings. Betsy was planning to do a “scavenger hunt” hike to find mushrooms in the forest. However, with the cold weather, there weren't a lot of fungi growing, though we did see some pretty turkey trail right in the middle of the trail. Over half-way through the Watershed Extension Loop, there was a stream crossing over Mike's Creek and I saw a guy that looked an ...
After a few too many references to tea parties and militias, it was time to get out of Williamsburg. So we headed south to Chapel Hill, where we landed at the home of our dear friends, Jim and Heather (and their lovely daughters, Sydney and Leah). Neela had wiggled her tooth so incessantly that she nearly lost her thumb instead. But finally all of that industriousness paid off, and we had a gleefully ...