Landmark Inn Fort Bragg
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The call of home was getting stronger, but we mostly stuck to our travel plans, stopping in our planned places the last few days. From San Antonio, traveled to Lake Charles, LA and the next day on to Mobile, stopping in Selma along the way. I feel like we have seen so much of our USA civil rights history in the making as we followed much of the trail of Martin Luther ...
Even though our trip is well into it's 2nd week, I will try to fill you in a bit about where we've been, what we've seen & the folks we've met up with along the way. Very exciting as we get used to being RV campers with the big rigs, but find everyone is so taken with our little & simpler tab Thor ...
America - what a beautiful country! As we travel east down the interstate that winds through a forest of spring green trees and road side wildflowers of red, yellow and blue, we feel so blessed to see and enjoy our beautiful land.
Today's special find was the town of Camden, SC where on April 25, 1781 the largest and bloodiest battle of ...
... 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 ...
... 2014 four endangered species Kemp Ridley turtles were rescued in the cold beach & ocean in Boston. They were taken to South Carolina Aquarium Sea Turtle Rescue Program. The caretakers had their own names for them....Scabby, Holey, Squishy and Scales (named) for the injuries they had. After six months of rehabilitation they were released back to the ocean at Canaveral National Seashore and we were part of it.
As you will see in my photos Rich & ...