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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the barrels before they mentioned it, but that really sounds like a challenge... We are still looking for a sports bar but so far no luck. We stopped at "The Cookout" and Charles peeked in the window to see if they have tvs. Better be careful or we will be bailing him out for being a Peeping Tom. They don't have tvs but whatever they are cooking smells really good. So much for that place. Let's go to Appelby's.... Yeah, tvs and they are showing the ...
... and some starter for vegetable soup. Don’t know how that will taste but it might come in handy on a cool night. We walked in and out of several stores and then headed back to Flat Rock to the Carl Sandburg House.
Gypsy sent us on another wild goose chase but we eventually made it. As soon as we got in the park and found some benches we sat down and ate our sandwiches so Jerry could take the cooler back to the car before ...
... we talked a while Jerry and I finally got ready to go. By that time it was nearly 11:00, a late start for us. We decided not to take lunch but instead find some on the way. We took a winding road to the town of Chimney Rock. Gypsy tried to send us a very alternate way reminding us of our excursion into the Virginia countryside last year but we were a bit smarter this year so we turned around, reset the GPS and then were on our way. It is ...
... a pattern as it seems we have done this several times in the past. On the road again and then a brief stop to get gas at Hess west of Goldsboro. The diesel and unleaded were the same price at $2.59 - wow! We stopped at South Point for about an hour and then were on our way to Concord. We stopped at a Love's outside of Concord to see if possibly they had a 760 LTE Garmin and to get a bite to eat at McDonald's. (They did not ...
... require that engines be able to take in one 8-lb bird and still produce 50% power for 14 minutes. This flight took in two Canada geese in each engine—Canada Geese weigh about 14 pounds each.