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... down to Raleigh since that is where he lives. Driving down Interstate 95 on a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon, CJ and I got to know each other better. One thing that caught my attention about him was that he is a fun, loving, free spirited dude. Which kind of suprised me because I have met a lot of ridged people who've been through the military.
As we pulled up to his neighborhood, he asked if I wanted to have ...
... to a pot of cheese whilst the waitress was watching which was quite embarrassing I just said sorry and sort of ran away. There were chocolate fountains and lots of other puddings for dessert but I mainly had marshmallows and strawberries in chocolate with a brownie on the side which was nice. Jake had the same and then he got some cotton candy too which Jess and Andy told us the Aussies call Fairy something which was weird as I thought everyone called it cotton ...
... on a patch of ice and bounced down every single step to the lower landing. Since I was holding a bag with a scrim jim in it, I wasn't exactly graceful in trying to catch myself. I immediately could tell something was not quite right with my left shoulder and upon standing was pretty sure I had dislocated it. Nic could tell something was wrong and I kept saying something like "I don't know...my shoulder feels pretty weird". It hurt pretty bad and I started to feel dizzy so ...
... had shoes in it and twisted her ankle. Once they dropped the other girls off it was another trip to Duke but this time to the hospital.
Meanwhile the rest of us went next door to the Mogolian place again for the second night in a row, it was that good. Back to the motel where we awaited the return of the injured from the hospital. Crutches means the end of the tour for Zo Zo!
Have fun, because you know I will be.
... was the stretcher getting wheeled into the place. A bit of action for sleepy old Greensboro which was very picturesque.
Onwards to our game where we again passed the big house with the razor wire and can I say the freeway was looking very tidy.
We got to our game against Wayne Country High School. The girls played alright and come away with the win again ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool