Travel Blogs from Rockingham
... get a good enough look to tell what kind he was, but he was definitely a woodpecker, possibly the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. After the last loop, we had worked up quite an appetite and it was about time to head over for Thanksgiving dinner and eat lots of turkey, stuffing, and pie. We changed into more appropriate clothes in the bathrooms at the visitor center and then made our way to Vass to eat with the family.
In the Pines.
Met up with Shorebird, Sherri, Natalie and Spencer on my way out (SORRY LLOYD).
Apparently, Charlotte is full of 50 cent alcoholic dinosaurs and there is true skill involved in life sized jenga madness. They were headed to the lake, so I went to meet Spidey, Ms. Pam and Jamie at Wedgies.
Clean-shaven and wearing his social/out-of-basement clothes, Spidey was covered in all ...
... see what it looked like, what their academic goal is, and if they are going to push their students to pass college. When arriving he asked if they were going to put pressure under the students to get more work done the head administrator said “no”. When hearing that word Woodrow Wilson grew furious and told them “If you don’t push them hard enough then they are very likely to fail so you must push ...
... was a real burger made from pressed beef with white cheddar, chili and jalapeņo peppers. It was delicious and I was really hungry by the end of the ride as it was about 4 hours from our hotel, including shopping time. We did the Dragon's Tail again on the way back to the hotel, only the second time, we got caught in a rain storm that turned to a lightning storm. ...
... one point both the treatment and control recorded blanks with no birds heard. I think the highlight of the day was when we drove through Laurinburg and passed a place called Brothers in the hood market. I guess that tells you what kind of average day we had. We are heading back to South Carolina soo the posts should pick up, I hope. Hang with me! ...
Other places to stay in Rockingham
307 W Greene Street, Rockingham | 2 star hotelfrom $106
516 S. Hancock Street, South on US 1, Rockingham | 2 star hotelfrom $52
114 West Broad Avenue, Rockingham | Hotel$56 average
416 South Hancock Street, Rockingham | Hotelfrom $39
800 East US Highway 74, Rockingham | 3 star hotelfrom $115