Holiday Inn Fayetteville I-95 South
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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 …
... stopped for a bit to have a snack. Then we paddled some more along the shoreline and found some more great patches of pitcher plants. They’re easy to find as the bright yellow of the pitchers and flowers stands out in contrast to the green of other vegetation. The flowers on these plants are really interesting - the flower has five petals with an umbrella-shaped structure in the middle. Looking straight on, it appears to be ...
... Campaign" of the Revolutionary War occurred. British commander Cornwallis' 2,500 man army defeated a smaller American army led by Nathanael Greene. The museum grounds are spectacular and the hosts are so knowledgeable and interesting.
Today's drive included our first road delay for an I-95 bridge repair. Then we came across ...
... finished up the loop trail and made it back to the visitor, then got on Raven Rock Loop Trail and took Fish Traps Trail back to the river. The Fish Traps are another series of rapids and exposed rocks along Cape Fear River. Well, normally the rocks are exposed. In the past, I had hopped out on the rocks and made it out to the middle of the river. But today, almost everything was completely under fast-moving water. So I had ...
... First stop was to see manatee. There were plenty to see but the water being murky in color I couldn't get good photos.
From there we went to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (http://www.fws.gov/merrittisland/). We viewed a nature video on the variety of turtle in the area, etc. The attendant told us they were releasing endangered turtles back into the ocean and said we could participate. What we experienced was so exciting.