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... starting to get dark so we found a Food Lion grocery store, stocked up on some fruits and veggies, and made our way to a local Wal-Mart to spend the night. I think this was the quietest wal-Mart we have been to so far which was nice. For supper we had a nice simple cabbage and tuna salad which was a good change of pace from the huge meals we had been eating. We spent the evening playing video games and watching star trek. Back to the routine of ...
... a little bit wider (they feel more spacious) or maybe there was less traffic and wind, maybe because there’s no abrasive road noise from the tires on the asphalt (which is really awful on some roads), maybe I’m getting more used to all the congestion … and maybe it’s because I know I’m on my home. It’ll be awhile before I get there but I’m definitely pointed in that ...
... last night and it feels like I've spent the last 14 hours getting caught up on client assignments. There comes a point where I have to take a big deep breath and realize that no more can be done and my trip starts now. The time IS now. Next stop... Charlotte Douglas International ...
... not in order due to weather, train schedules, budget and time):
4,014 Charlotte, NC to London
1,157 London to Rome
134 Rome to Fabriano
116 x 2 Fabriano to Ascoli-Piceno
126 Fabriano to Florence
114 Fabriano to Cinque Terre
246 Cinque Terre to Venice
335 Venice to Grindlewald Switzerland
401 Switzerland to Paris
4,185 Paris to Charlotte, NC
... of - but not surprising given them!
Our spring and summer has been overwhelmingly wonderful! We saw tons of people, hung out and reconnected with family, hosted many many friends, went on several trips and had a great time as a family.
Some highlights of the summer - in no particular order:
Going to lunch with mom, sister, niece and friends!
Miles Juvenile Diabetes walk
Going to ...
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