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Today we are headed home. Another fun "Road Trip" has come to an end.
We had breakfast at the hotel, and are loaded up and trucking. Let's take bets on how long before we make a stop.
We learned a lot on this trip. We learned about the stupid camel thing, that the Little Dipper is fondu and not ice cream, how to find the bull, you can park for a short time in a handicap spot and not get ...
... not the only ones parked like that. Go figure. So much for being lucky. We went a little farther and found another parking lot. Charles saw Scott Posey who he knows from business and they talked a while. At least Scott did. He is a talker. Off to the bookstore for lunch. They have food as well as other stuff. Lunch was at the Au Bon Pain. The crew got ready for the game and I got ready to chill. People who know me know "I don't like to get wet" so I ...
... apparently, he said iExit so I could find a gas station. So much for my hearing.... We ended up going back by the hotel for gas because we knew there was a gas station there.
Now we are off to find the stadium and also parking for tomorrow. We have a map with both marked and we are still lost. We finally found Wallace Wade Stadium and right beside it is Cameron Indoor Arena. Not sure why they need to name it indoor cause I thought ...
We have now been staying with Cam (along with his house mates Nick and Gienia) for ten days and recuperating (!) from over seven weeks of intensive travel. It is surprising how much it takes it out of you. Durham is very pleasant at this time of the year. The daily temperatures have reduced to between 28-32 degrees and the humidity is less so the days much more pleasant. You can actually go out and explore without ending up exhausted from the heat and constantly in need of a ...
... look pretty casual.
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