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I had a very short but much needed visit with my family in North Carolina. Time flies when you live across the country...it had been 13 years since I saw this side of the family! While here I discovered that my Aunt Dana has a similar fascination with cemeteries. So of course she had to show me the gem of Greenville..a cemetery in the middle of the Greenville Mall parking lot.
... to test their theories, and ended up coming to the outer banks of North Carolina because of two things, the never-ending winds and the sand dunes, both of which are in abundance here. All of their efforts came to a climax on December 17, 1903 when they flew their powered aircraft on a total of four flights. The first flight lasted only 12 seconds and covered a distance of only 120 feet. The final flight, which took off ...
... for Christmas. I know my mom and dad are sad I won't be here yet happy for Johnnie and me. Our plane leaves this afternoon and all is ready. I am awaiting Johnnie to return from work and my limousine. (It is really my mom and dad's truck but limousine sounded much more sophisticated.) We will soon be off to the airport for the next 2 days of flying. I know, we won't arrive in Cairns until December 21st! The time change is really going to mess with us. ...
... geocaching and a road trip in store.
We can't wait to arrive and begin to explore.
Johnnie is saying, What have I done?!
I know that he loves me, we are going to have fun!!!
The adventure Down Under how special it will be.
A wedding with my soul mate God made just for me.
God be with us tomorrow and all through our stay.
Our blessings go out to our family and friends, we pray.
... here, we continued on a to the end of the trail and turned left onto Mallard Creek Trail. It was only about a quarter-mile to the end of the trail at its namesake creek, but it was a particularly scenic section of trail with the trees draped in Spanish moss. The trail ends at an overlook on Mallard Creek with nice views of the wide marshy creek. We returned on the trail and took the short Huckleberry Trail ...