Hampton Inn Dunn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... travel weary & a bit bedraggled feeling on Wed. evening 6/3.
So thankful for this amazing & beautiful 8200 mile trip without any serious problems!
Our little TAB thor camper was the talk of the trip - bringing us to meet many interesting & friendly folks wherever we stopped - even stopping at a red light, a conversation might get going!
Now - where to ...
Even though our trip is well into it's 2nd week, I will try to fill you in a bit about where we've been, what we've seen & the folks we've met up with along the way. Very exciting as we get used to being RV campers with the big rigs, but find everyone is so taken with our little & simpler tab Thor ...
... surely be the largest "South of the Border" theme park anywhere just as we were leaving South Carolina.
The weather continues to be beautiful and luck must be with us as the locals tell us that they have had days of rain!
Tomorrow we drive into Richmond, VA, the Capitol of the Confederacy and will settle down for our first two day ...
This past Sa**************ed to Raven Rock State Park for a nice wildflower hike. I’ve visited Raven Rock many times, but this would be the first time in the spring. Although the pollen was out in force, the weather was otherwise perfect for a spring hike. I started off from the visitor center hiking down Campbell Creek Loop Trail. In about a half-mile, I came to the bridge over the creek and stopped for a moment to ...
... in the northern part of the Indian River Lagoon. There were many varieties of beautiful birds i.e. the anhinga, spoonbill wading bird, blue heron, coots, white and brown pelicans to name a few. We thought we would see alligators but none were to be seen.
Ted noticed a large group of anhingas flying together. We witnessed what seemed like hundreds of them on a feeding frenzy over the water. It seemed to go on forever. Another first for us to ...