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- Swimming pool
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... it was really humid! The ocean was nice and warm (unlike the chilly Pacific) and Maddie kept me busy making castles and wave jumping. Up, down, up, down….it made me think of the two little ones at home, who I miss terribly.
Shawn is not a fan of the ocean, so when we gave him the low down on our day, confirming no shark sightings, jellyfish stings or sunburns he was happy. I think the worst thing that did happen was a ...
... bought some firewood and a piece of remarkable drift wood for my dad who carves old man faces in them. That night Kelsey cooked camp tacos. We had pinto bean, tomato, onion, mushroom, green pepper and kale tacos…yah we eat good! The next stop is a laundromat and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We can’t wait to see what the next piece of our adventure brings. Thanks for keeping up with us. We will see you at the beach. Wishing YA’LL the best. Blake and ...
... give him diet dew on occasion, could you imagine a 9 year old boy hyped up on Mt, Dew). We went to Annabelle's (southern comfort food) for a late lunch early dinner to see my cousin Kyra at work. We then went to check into our new hotel. We took an evening walk at Union Point on the Neuse river and then stopped at the little gravel parking area near the boat ramp to look for shark teeth. The "gravel" is ...
Rained all night, hot (75 degrees) and humid this morning. Drove across the bridge to New Bern looking for the post office - small branch which didn't open until 10:30. Ate breakfast, walked around Middle Street. A local pharmacy is where the formula for Pepsi-cola was developed. I checked out the Pepsi store but didn't ...
... but had plants, strawberries, breads, sauces and jams, craft items. Outside was a Mexican food cart - the tacos were great! Tryon Palace is a historic recreation of the 1770 colonial Capitol and NC governor's capital. The tour included the palace and two houses, all furnished in period furniture, plus the gardens. Much of the early history of the area was presented. Another part of the complex ...