Holiday Inn Express Tarboro, North Carolina
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... intently, one with an angry look and the other looking more surprised. In the pheasant aviary, a male Indian peacock was in full display with his beautiful covert feathers up. Unfortunately, behind the fence, it was tough to get a good picture. Next, we stopped to see the emu who got very excited by our presence. He seemed to take quite a liking to John! Continuing on, we stopped for a while at the exotic birds exhibits. There were many beautiful ...
The day has finally arrived when Johnnie and I are off to Australia. We have both been up since 5:30 this morning with very little sleep. The anticipation of such an adventure and being so far from home made sleep sporadic at best. As I type this, Kitty is literally in between my arms. I believe she knows something is up. This is the first year ever I will have not been home for Christmas. As exciting as this is going to be, it is sad knowing I won't ...
T'was the night before take off when all through the house,
all the creatures were stirring even ourselves.
Johnnie is crazy and I'm following suit.
Kitty is thinking, "Can't wait to give them the boot. The stockings are hung and a decorated tree. My oh my, an adventure for me!!!!"
The suitcases are packed, well sort of, and all our technology too.
We'll take lot of pictures of kangaroos.
What a miserable place!
It's hot as hell, the water in the pool looks like someone poured milk into it, and there is nothing to do in the area.
This is our own fault. We completely spaced about the holiday weekend and this was the ONLY place we could find available anywhere near where we want to go next.
Boo for us.
We completely understand why this place is for ...
We spent a little time with Davied Masner this morning over his homemade biscuits and eggs for breakfast and got on the road about 10 am headed for Knoxville and on to North Carolina. Once we got to I 40 the scenery picked up with the elevation and cur vines of the road. I 40 through the Smoky Mountains is actually a reasonably scenic route, not to be confused with the Dragon, but nice for a sidecar. Traffic was heavy most of ...