Marriott at Research Triangle Park
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... of the team and their retirement wishes. I also received a gift from my colleagues in India. I love the elephants. Thanks to everyone who made my retirement really memorable for me and my wife.
Before we start our travels in the RV, we have to find a new home for our Toyota Prius. We asked both Lisa and Zack if they wanted the vehicle. Zack is a Jeep man - he didn't want anything to do with the Prius. So Lisa wins and gets ...
Johnnie and I arrived at the airport and said our goodbyes to family. We made it through check in and security in record time and have lots of time to spare. The terminal is quiet so it wouldn't take much for me to take a nap. I fear that people watching will keep me from sleep though. Right now our flight is on time and it will be late when we arrive in LA for our connector to Brisbane. I can't wait to see ...
... was difficult in the rocky land and everyone needed to help out. The poor soil for farming was one of the reasons that the federal government purchased the land to convert into a park. From here, we continued on the trail to the ruins of the Company Mill, where we met Joe Grissom and his son. Joe was born and lived in what is now the park until age 8 when the federal government purchased the land as part of the ...
... rediscover the beauty of seasonal changes on the east coast. Accordingly, the family has engaged in the "endless fall" of 2014... for a solid 6 weeks, the girls have gleefully leaped into leaf piles and we've all been awestruck by the brilliance stretching from northern NY to central NC. This continued with lovely walks through the woods in Chapel Hill.
Given our natures, no Big Trip would be ...
... coach and headed to dinner – this was a buffet. The food was good, but again it was just buffet food. After dinner we got back on the coach and got dropped off at a bowling alley. Here we did bowling ($10 for 2hrs) It was a type of bowling alley where you had to keep your own score on paper, so it was interesting. Then we caught a taxi back to the hotel, used the WiFi, did a bit of packing and went to bed.