Motel 6 Greensboro - Airport
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Our stop in King was a trip down memory lane for Kent! He grew up in King, NC and we got to see lots of friends and family. Our camp site had a beautiful view of Pilot Mountain. In the Andy Griffith Show it was called Mt. Pilot which was the town outside of Mayberry. The Dairi-O serves the best Carolina style hot dog ever and it was our first stop for lunch! It use ...
... no snacks on either flight! When we got off of the plane, we were so hungry that we stopped at a vending machine and all got chips to eat until we could get to a restaurant on the way home.
We got our luggage and Vicki was waiting for us in our van. We drove to Turner Field and let Vicki out for the Braves game and then we headed up I 85 towards home. ...
... it is I'm singing or the significance of the words. Saturday we were camping when we heard the news of Lee's death. While on a bike ride, and for the pretty much everyday since the words of the song "No Other Name" by Big Daddy Weave have run almost constantly through my mind. Specifically the words 'When I wake up in the land of glory, with the saints I will tell my story'. I kept thinking of Lee, one minute in Jamaica on a mission ...
... have been about all we needed, but hey, hushpuppies are the bread of the south. Oh, and they were really good.
We checked on the dogs during lunch and they seemed to be doing fine and they were both curled up on the floor. On the last visit, I came out to find Momba curled up in the driver’s seat. I guess it must have been comfortable.
Everyone seemed to enjoy their lunch but it was too much for the girls so a couple of ...
... we might visit when we are in Fletcher in late July.
This was a really nice campground, probably the quietest we have ever stayed in. Some of that may be due to it being a 55+ park. Also it appeared that some of the units belonged to weekenders who just left their rigs there. Although there were rigs on both sides of us no one stayed in them. Along with the quietness though there was little socialization. When we ...