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... the right size tool to take off the cap). Ten minutes later we hit the road (6:30). Yes, Terry was the one up at 5am and ready to go. I could not believe that we made it thru Atlanta with no backups or accidents. Sailed thru during lunchtime!! We just gained an hour and now we have to climb mount eagle. Got to Nashville during rush hour and decided to stop north of Bowling Green so we traveled a little north and found a very small nice campground in Cave ...
... in for the rest of the ride to Fayetteville. I usually prefer that back roads but since we got our start around noon I opted for 95 straight to Fayettville, NC. 95 isn't such a bad road in that part of the country. Green and scenic for most of the ride.
Pulled into the Hampton Inn. not bad...a nice meal at the Ruby Tuesdays...nice salad bar...and back to my room where I fell asleep quickly...heading to Norfolk in the Morning....the Full Throttle Tour has a successful first ...
... yourself out. In the afternoon we headed for the beach where the water was really shallow and warm and calm. We had a great time swimming around. The showers afterwords were freezing cold, but they felt great in the heat. A cold shower doesn't sound great at first, but after hiking and swimming around they were very... cool.
That night we cooked Raviolli and Pork and Beans. A herd of raccoons surrounded us while we ...
... the base is called James Madison. We paid homage to the “Jolly Dolly” as she was affectionately called by the crew, by visiting an outdoor display of submarine-launched ballistic missiles the Navy has employed.
We have moved on to Brunswick, GA and spent several days on the Troup River at Hidden Harbor Yacht Club. We took the opportunity to get some boat detailing done there, while tucked away in a quiet spot off of the ICW. A ...
... made from a material called tabby.Skilled slaves would cooked oyster shells in a kiln and collect the lime that was produced.These cooked shells would dissolve in water and then they would mix sand in to the mix make cement. The "concrete" was then poured into forms, layer by layer, to make the walls.
We parked the car and then the first place we went to was the barn.The north side was the oldest side of the barn.Then we walked to the dock and had a little walk around ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility