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... leash dog park aptly name Tanglewoof. There are two sections; one for large dogs and one for, you guessed it, small dogs. It is all grass and has benches at a few locations within the fenced areas. There were a variety of dogs there and every one of them seemed to get along just fine. We stayed until the dogs were sufficiently sniffed and tired out. We loaded up the crew, including Harley and Momba, and hit the road for Mt. Airy.
Mt. Airy, is ...
... from Korea I literally stopped doing everything that got me hooked on the culture. To be honest, I'm not sure why; maybe it was just my way of trying to protect myself from missing everything I experienced while there or maybe I just experienced it and was time for something new. But, recently I've started getting back into my Korean love phase and I'm starting to remember everything. I even finally finished my 2nd scrapbook that I've been working on.
I found ...
... the activity the dogs were all tired. Harley had been pushing the back door open any time he wanted to go inside the house. Well, later in the evening he apparently went inside and promptly jumped up on the leather love seat and went to sleep. Alan was the first to find him there when he went inside for something. I guess since he is used to being on our couch, he figured it was fine to get on this one.
Eventually we headed home so I could get my writing ...
... would since they had Virginia plates on their vehicle. Nope. They got into the left turn lane for Highway 64. Fortunately, there were two left turn lanes so we were able to at least get even with them. As we pulled up to the red light, the woman looked over and waved to us with a smile. I returned the niceties with a half-hearted wave while I mumbled some expletive under my breath. It made me think of the scene in the movie 'We’re the ...
... I connected with Dean, whose family lives on a 60-acre farm just 10 minutes outside of Greensboro. I did contact him last week to let him know the changes in plans that I will be coming alone, and it was fine! Doodad Farm is spectacular! It's not an actual farm, like they don't grow produces, but they use the land to hold live music events and even a summer festival! It has like a mini-Bonnaroo vibe (Bonnaroo is a huge music festival held in ...