Holiday Inn Express Fayetteville - Ft. Bragg
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... t the only people who wanted to paddle the lake today. Even before putting in, we saw a blooming pitcher plant right by the water’s edge. The water level was higher than when I had been here in the past and reached almost up to the dock. We got in our boats and started paddling out on the water. We initially paddled to the west, where the lake is more swampy. There were a ton of cypress trees sticking out from the water and ...
... beautiful flowering dogwoods along the creek. Across the bridge, I turned right to follow the loop in the counterclockwise direction. Hiking downstream along Campbell Creek, the spring scenery was beautiful. The leaves were starting to bud on the trees and there a number of wildflowers poking out through the forest floor. When I got to where the creek flows into Cape Fear River, I took a short detour to Lanier Falls. ...
... Ted took great pics.
As we are exiting from the drive all of us chatting at the same time about the turtles and the feeding frenzy Ted & Rich shout at the same time. What is crossing the road in front of us.......an alligator that was 10-12 feet long. We could not believe our eyes. Ted took a phenomenal picture.
What a perfect way to finish our journey.
We ended the evening with dinner and sharing of making wonderful ...
... North Carolina.
Booked us into a Days Inn that thankfully had rooms, our first night winging it without accommodation booked a success!
Taught Hayley how to drive the car around the car park, Pizza Hut dinner, and now in bed watching Twilight and typing this up! May tomorrow be as easy! Aiming for somewhere between Savannah and Jacksonville tomorrow, then saturday it's Orlando!! Bring on the ...
... main battle lines staying between the guns, keeping to the main parts of Henry House. But at 96 degrees Fahrenheit, we did not stay out in the open for long.
We eventually set off for the drive to Fayetteville and soon needed Petrol, sorry Gas. At the same time found James a Taco Bell so he could eat. The rest of us opted for a Burger King later on after refuelling the car with $60 dollars for a full tank (£37). This ...