Days Inn Washington
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to the next campground.
As we were a few miles from the campground, the leveling jacks keypad started making noises and flashing. Luckily, the jacks stayed up. When we got to our site, I tried to lower the jacks, but the pad would not turn on. I got out the trouble shooting guide and it said that the link from the key pad to the control box was lost. I checked both ends and could not find any problems, so I decided to let it dry out and try it the next ...
... a lazy, easy two-hour lunch: frisbee, lunch, swings, naps. All of it fantastic. The roads were a little more crowded and rough than I typically like, but we all made it. Alycia took a spill; her tire hit a HUGE pothole and she went down right into the middle of the road. She's alright and so is her bike, both a little banged up, but I think it was just more scary for her than anything. That happened at mile, like, 48; just about a mile away from camp. While ...
Bullet points since I'm way behind on these blog posts: Belhaven was gorgeous. *we took REAL showers in a real home * I met Bud, a local, kind gentleman who opened up his house to us and shares stories about his life *Delicious meal *playing MASH with the group over a beer on the water after ...
... to drive to the end of the pavement but wasn't sure what next..so that's what we did. What we found at the end of the road was beach, not just any beach, but beach that you could drive on with 4x4. I figured, well that was a nice drive..now what...I never in a million years thought Honey would do it, after all, we don't have a jeep, we have a Cadillac..but after just a minute or two of analyzing the situation, off we went!
It was exhilarating not only to be ...
... Carroll Natural Preserve in Greenville, North Carolina. We had snacks packed, lotion on, and our paddles ready. We embarked our journey heading up river in perfect weather with a perfect sun overhead. After a few minutes of traveling upstream we started to notice rickety old metal structures and pipes coming into the water. Remember when I said it goes all the way back to the Civil War, well I didn't lie. Back during that time, ...