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... the right size tool to take off the cap). Ten minutes later we hit the road (6:30). Yes, Terry was the one up at 5am and ready to go. I could not believe that we made it thru Atlanta with no backups or accidents. Sailed thru during lunchtime!! We just gained an hour and now we have to climb mount eagle. Got to Nashville during rush hour and decided to stop north of Bowling Green so we traveled a little north and found a very small nice campground in Cave ...
... in for the rest of the ride to Fayetteville. I usually prefer that back roads but since we got our start around noon I opted for 95 straight to Fayettville, NC. 95 isn't such a bad road in that part of the country. Green and scenic for most of the ride.
Pulled into the Hampton Inn. not bad...a nice meal at the Ruby Tuesdays...nice salad bar...and back to my room where I fell asleep quickly...heading to Norfolk in the Morning....the Full Throttle Tour has a successful first ...
... with thick ferns and angel oaks that led us to the campsite (see photos). The campsite was huge and very well kept; although, we were warned that the raccoons were always on the hunt for free food and were not scared of campers.
After getting settled, we hiked a mile or so to the Dungeness Mansion where we were supposed to take a short tour of the area. Hillary got too hot and the tour guide kept talking about ...
... tour in a 15-passanger van and saw most of the historic sites, then walked a bit to the seashore (that’s where the mosquitoes found me).
At St. Marys, we also visited the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. When John was on active duty in the Navy, his first duty station was Charleston, SC aboard the nuclear submarine, USS James Madison. The Charleston Navy Base closed and the submarines were moved to Kings Bay, GA. One of the main ...
On the 15 of June at 11:06 am we were on the road going to Kingsley Plantation. Kingsley Plantation is located at Fort George Island Cultural State Park, which is north east of Jacksonville.
Mum, Dad, Zoe and I finally arrived at Kingsley Plantation, it took us 45 Mins to get here but it was worth it. On the way we hopped on a ferry that had cars, motor bikes and some bicycles. This was Zoe's and my first time on a vehicle ferry. For lunch we want to Sandollar, it was ...
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