Holiday Inn Fayetteville - Bordeaux
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On Sunday, Sandy had the day off and the weather forecast looked fabulous, so we took the kayaks out to Horseshoe Lake in Suggs Mill Pond Game Land. We got on I-95 south and took exit 49 to NC-53 east. In about 15 miles, we turned on to Live Oak Methodist Church Road right after the water tower and continued to Suggs Mill Pond Game Land. Although this place is rather remote, there were quite a few other vehicles here, so clearly we ...
... a small waterfall. Back on the trail, I finished up the loop and took Raven Rock Loop Trail back to the parking lot. I took a quick detour on American Beech Trail as I had never hiked this short interpretive trail before and then the shorter Long Leaf Loop Trail behind the visitor center before finished my hike. On the way, I passed through Fuquay-Varina and had to stop at Aviator for some beer and a late lunch before heading ...
... Ted took great pics.
As we are exiting from the drive all of us chatting at the same time about the turtles and the feeding frenzy Ted & Rich shout at the same time. What is crossing the road in front of us.......an alligator that was 10-12 feet long. We could not believe our eyes. Ted took a phenomenal picture.
What a perfect way to finish our journey.
We ended the evening with dinner and sharing of making wonderful ...
First things first. An additional note to last nights post.
I got up to brush my teeth after I finished writing and discovered that Alex and Hayley had actually arrived back! My timing was pretty off though as I was met in the hallway by a very drunk Miss Rowe who squeaked happily to see me and hugged me. What's wrong with that I hear you cry? Well, she had just been sick and stunk to high heaven is what is wrong ...
We arrived at Manassas last night and did all of our washing for the coming week.
However we have a big day ahead visiting the battlefield of Bull Run, James insisted. Then we head off on the longest leg of our journey from Bull Run to Fayetteville 310 miles, five to six hours driving.
The battlefield of Bull Run was a small but interesting battle as it was the first real contest of the civil war. We walked ...