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Day 18 of 49 (Sep 25). Because we had a short drive yesterday, 180 miles, we elected to cook breakfast rather than have our usual driving day cereal and fruit. It was a beautiful day; temperatures just right, and it made leaving all the more sad. We said goodbye to the Yadkin River Valley and Forest Lake but before I close out this section of our travels, I thought I'd share a little more information. After our hike to the cemetery at ...
... up our belongings and hit the road. We opted to travel I 95 south to Charleston with the RV arriving a day early and then driving in the car back to Laurens to have lunch on Friday with David's mom.
Once again our problem was minor, we were safe and things worked out quickly. David has dreaded traveling along I -95 from Washington to Richmond but there was light traffic and it moved along smoothly at 65 mph. ...
... the half hour it was late. We passed Quantico and Richmond, Virginia, both of which feature regularly in NCIS. We also passed fields of parked military vehicles. Wilson is a very quiet town which in its heyday was a tobacco town. The local baseball team is the Tobs (Tobacconists). The people are friendly, mainly African -American, with a slow pronounced southern drawl. The only claim ...
... meet the required standards for a discharge. In case the event that led to the penalty had occurred greater than 36 months ago, it might be discharged in bankruptcy. The return was due a minimum of three years ago The taxes needs to be from a taxes that was supposed to be filled 3 years ago from the day of filing the bankruptcy. Beneath the Bankruptcy Code, tax returns which were not signed by the debtor usually are not "returns". ...
... there with her NC friends (who are lovely). After that was just a few errands before heading to Rocky Mount.
Sarah's cat Albus and I are now best friends. He is currently napping on my chest which is making the pain in my ankle much more bearable but typing much more difficult as he keeps affectionately butting my head with his.
The rest of my trip in NC passes uneventfully. I spent the day Wednesday in Sarah's, ahem, ...