Hilton Garden Inn Fayetteville/Fort Bragg
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Travel Blogs from Fayetteville
... and somehow infected all the radio stations with Enrique Iglesias.
After listening to a song called "We're all free (to use sunscreen)" (or something like that), it hit me.
I forgot my climbing shoes in Sanford. Minor detour and I was back on course to Winston-Salem. NPR was playing a show from 2000 when Chris Thile was 19 (and Randy Newman was throwing down songs about "scuffing your feet" and such).
Up at 6:30am. These interstate motels are always interesting places of activity early in the morning. Lots of folks packing cars, tightening straps on their roof racks and general scurrying around. There is a certain camaraderie amongst road warriors. Eating stale pastries in the lobby, talk of travel plans for the day and then that moment is gone and we are all ready to disperse to our separate destinations A nice woman whose car looked like a scene ...
... the door. We were all very happy to see each other. We ate some pizza and then went to the park. At the park we started catching fireflies. When we came back we were all messing around. Now it's time to go to sleep. Good ...
Nice early 7am start from camp today, heading to North Carolina. The accent is getting slower and there are more Jesus posters on the highway (he loves you by the way). The climate is getting more and more tropical with a few humid showers, and when the sun comes out it is cracking! We headed down to Richmond, which was the capital of the South during the Civil War, and visited Jefferson Davis' house. He was the President if the South and ran much ...
... easy but one section we came across was muddy and tricky. Bill asked if we should go back? I said it would be a poor show if we chickened out on our first tricky bit. It only lasted a mile and led us out of the forest into the middle of a housing estate. Bizarre.
There is a huge amount of agriculture here. Massive chicken and turkey farms and loads of corn. The housing is better but still based on trailers although very smart and large ones. Immaculate gardens ...
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