Days Inn Spartanburg-Waccamaw
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... his life. For Sandburg it was a good place to write and to walk in the woods.
I've frequently encountered references to Sandburg but have to admit I haven’t read any of his works. After his death the NPS approached his widow about the home in search of American literature oriented addition to park system. The house is left in the condition at the time of his death in 1967 and looks like an unkempt house of mostly bookshelves! Really, almost every room ...
... then re-check it into CLT, but the "new" American/USAirways could care less, so why should we, right? It's 10 minutes past boarding time and security is very tight. Boarding has now started. We've never seen such tight security. It appears to be isolated to our particular flight or perhaps USAirways/American, as there are several other flights to the US in our "secured area". The area surrounding our gate is roped off with airport and security personnel not allowing ...
"SO LONG - Y'ALL COME BACK NOW"
This was to be my last day in North Carolina and my final opporetunity to spend time with by old school buddy, partner in music and good friend Steve 'Hacksaw' Haynes.
Teresa, Steve's care lady is a wounderful person, not only does she go the extra mile looking after Steve, caring and cooking for him she also looked after me. On two occasions she made me one of notorious omelettes filled with cheese, fried onions and ham, ...
... Oak Island seemed to take forever. We finally made it to the beach house around midnight. My sister, Beth Ann, arrived several hours before us, and my cousin Joe got here right before us. He's on a photo gathering trip and will be staying for several days or however long he wants, or until we get sick of him. Whichever comes first.
Too tired to do anything else, we unpacked and hit the sack.