Sleep Inn Raleigh / Durham Airport
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... for our food to arrive Liz called Stew from Africa, and we got to see Eliza Joy. She is sooooo cute. She likes to scrunch up her nose. Oh yea, we talked to Liz too. That's what happens when you have children, you blend into the background, but happily.
Lunch was good and included milkshakes, so how bad could it be? I had a CLT - that would be cheese, lettuce and tomato sandwich. I do believe it was ...
... football in the rain. I just barely do football in the sunshine. A little bit of football goes a long way for me. The gang is gone and I am left to my own resources. Trivia: In 1859 24 rabbits were released in Australia. Within 6 years, the population grew to 2 million. I just noticed they put trivia inside the lid of Snapple. Who knew? This could be a long day, but maybe I will learn something. I will be sure to pass along all of my new found knowledge. ...
... 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 ...
... and front bridge - as tempting as it is to just sweep these on to the ground snakes are known to habitat the area so don't need any encourage with additional hiding spots. We have noticed that there doesn't appear to be as many squirrels playing in the trees than there were in June when we were here - we watch for them as they climb the tree trunks and scurry across the ground as they look so cute. It will all be different again when we return to Durham again in about six ...
... look pretty casual.
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