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... needed to haul the rest home. Well, Alan needed one too. Come on, man!
After lunch we headed for downtown to see what Mayberry was like. We parked at the end of the block, got the dogs out of the Jeep and walked down one side of Main Street, checking out the many Mayberry-esque items. Nearly every shop had some reference to Mayberry in it, either in the name or by displaying some bit of memorabilia in the window. There were a number of ...
... I think the guy actually believed him.
We said our hellos upon arrival and I got the place set up. We hadn't seen either Alan or Maggie for a few years so it was a nice reunion. Spontaneously, Cheryl had bought a roasted chicken along with watermelon and chips so we were able to have lunch under the trees.
The campground is very nice and is full of trees and it is a small part of a 1,100 acre park. In 1951, William Reynolds – of the ...
... overnight. We obviously slept through whatever happened because neither of us heard a thing.
Once we got things in order we were able to hit the road, right around 9:45. It was going to be a driving day as we planned to drive the 325 or so miles to Winston Salem. We pulled out of the park to head north on the 12, where we would catch the 64 west at Nags Head. We got about five miles up the road and ended up following a very slow motor home. ...
... great. We saw a
herd of cows grazing at one point, helping to keep the vegetation down. We also saw an interesting lone tree standing
near Bluff Mountain. I pointed this tree
out to Sandy as we would be able to see it from a distance much further along
in our hike. Soon, we made the easy
climb up to the summit of Bluff Mountain and then headed back down via a number
... mill and the sawmill, which they do operate at times.
Then off to Galax, Virginia. This was a goal because a fiddler acquaintance from Gibsons lives here. Some of you will know Erynn Marshall who lived in Gibsons from about 2005 to 2009, and was very involved in the Sunshine Coast Music scene. She was hired here to manage the program at the Blue Mountain Music Center, and has married Carl Jones, accomplished mandolin player. we had a lovely little ...