Country Hearth Inn
Travel Blogs from Kinston
... a pig snort. This exercise sent everyone into gales of laughter, included the wannabe snorter himself. To see him engaged -- actively engaged -- in a conversation with others was a great thing. Will mastered the Sit and Visit, I do believe.
Here's a fun fact: I am a bit directionally challenged. I have a hard time with maps. Compasses. Those sorts of things. And the road to Stantonsburg was not a straight shot via an interstate. At ...
... guess what we saw? Turtles, lots and lots of turtles. Jumping turtles, tanning turtles, and ninja turtles. I recommend a trip on this river if you have a fetish for them. Travel this river! Now that I am coming out of the shell in this, let me get to the history of the name.
The name is said to have derived from an event in March of 1862 when Confederate troops were evacuating Washington County and had sent squads up and down ...
... 301 to Wilson and then some smaller roads to Kinston. The place is nice, there are many mansions but the center of the town is a bit depressing. Just a few shops seem to be open; many seem to be closed for a long time and there's not much movement.
... Barbecue. It's also called Bill Ellis' Barbecue, but you will only find it listed as Bill's in the GPS. Ken and Kim had been in front of us heading for the restaurant, but when we got there they weren't there. I called and Kim told me that they "might have taken an alternate route" which was a euphemism for "we are lost". They called back a few minutes later to get directions to the restaurant. On Sundays ...
... roof cap. He also showed me a nifty curved blade that works really well for cutting tile.
One of the first things that happened as we got on the roof to start putting down the tiles on the roof cap is that Ron dropped the tubing for the nail gun and it rolled off the roof. A few minutes latter he dropped his knife and it almost rolled off the roof. We decide that someone needed to invent square water bottles, square ...
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed