Extended Stay America - Raleigh - Cary - Harrison Ave.
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We drove from Columbia toward Cary today, spending most of the day in the car.
The highlight of the day was a visit to the Carolina Tiger Rescue. This is an amazing organisation which rescues and cares for Tigers and other carnivores which have been either seized or surrendered from private owners. It is legal in some US states, including North …
... for donations - they were very cute.
The BBQ was a little disappointing in the end. There were about five vendors set up and you could order a plate of 'cue from one of them with your entry ticket. The BBQ was good but we were expecting a lot more on offer. There was a competition on the next day and you could walk out to see the competitors but there wasn't much to see and no one seemed interested in talking.
Alas, we had to ...
... the bus & go to Raleigh. 2 & a half hours later we got here but ten minutes before the hotel and literally round the corner the bus just cut out! Broke down for all of 5 minutes then we got to the hotel and had 45 mins to get changed then go for dinner. It was a buffet dinner at Golden Corral which wasn't amazing but it was alright. Then it was back to the hotel for a chilled night with some of the girls! Busy day ahead tomorrow, Washington, D.C. Here we ...
Well, believe it or not, it took 44 hrs from the start of our return from NZ, to our arrival back home Sunday afternoon! Our flight into Dallas was too late to fly out Saturday night. In fact, we were the only plane at DFW. A breeze going through customs with no one else around. Quantas put us up in a hotel, 20 min. away, not so bad, except there was an accident on the interstate, which turned our ride into almost an ...
... stone pits where fire would cure the tobacco. Joe remembered the barn from his childhood - it was only up one year before it burned down. Curing tobacco required careful monitoring of the temperature or it would catch fire. From here, we continued to Reedy Creek Multi-Use Trail and turned right, going a short ways then heading back into the woods to see the ruins at the Teal homesite. Only the remains of the of ...