Country Hearth Inn Siler City
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... Nellie. Some of y'all might recall that Big Trip v.1 featured an equally gap-grinned Chaaya. Such is our fate that the rare periods when we are most inclined to actually document our lives coincide so beautifully with our childrens' developmental disfigurement. Fortunately it wasn't corn season.
The girls had a lovely time exploring the Morehead Planetarium where, among many other things, we ...
... that we were passing through the other area whereas we were set to visit our friend here. Yikes. Turns out our initial reaction was an over reaction and the place was quiet and the people quite nice. One man came over and offered to help us pump up the pressure in our RV tires. Sometimes first impressions are wrong. It was very quiet. Turns out it was fine and half the ...
... several others like ourselves that were just there for a short stay. The staff was really nice and friendly. We visited surrounding towns doing some shopping and taking in a little local history. As usual, Nellie did great by herself adjusting well to her new home away from home, curling up on the ...
... 2nd floor in a glass domed coach. The seats were like the most comfortable reclining chairs and when I first sat down I thought I could easily take a nap - no way- I couldn't close my eyes for a minute- it was too beautiful. The aisles were wide and there was an outdoor observation deck between each car and we could get up and walk around as much as we wanted to. I brought my book of course and I read about 3 pages in 8 hours- there was just too much to see. we saw ...
... tour of Ankorage and that was a lot of fun- the guide was funny and interesting. Ankorage is the largest city in Alaska and the population is only about 300,000. we think we have deer problems in chapel hill but here they ahve to have special fences to keep the moose off of the railroad tracks and the runways for planes! they also have to fence their garbage to keep bears away. The guide told us about this special type ...