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... it was named “Pepsi.” The reason behind its unique name is the active ingredient found in Pepsi called pepsin, which helped stomach digestion. Pepsi Cola is an anagram of Episcopal, and local legend says that the drink was named so because of this. Fittingly, there is an Episcopal church directly across from the pharmacy that Bradham owned.
New Bern is at the confluence of the Neuse and Trent Rivers. The Neuse has the distinction of being ...
... by a coach this morning, I noticed a sign on it that the owners had posted. It said, "Home is Wherever You Are Parked." I have been struggling with what to call it when I am writing and have called it the coach, the park, the RV Park and who knows what else. I think I will just start calling it home. At this point in our trip, it's how Cheryl and I have been referring to it when we talk to each other.
When the walk was done we put him back ...
We left South Carolina in the rain with bikers coming in for their BikeFest (hope it dries up for them). We are having to travel up US 17 since we are heading to the Outer Banks and it is slow going. Terry will get up to speed only to get to a red light, so needless to say he was pooped from driving 3 hours. I have never seen so many mini golf places they were up and down US 17, on the boardwalk and then a ...
... Farms tidal creek restoration. We should hear about that in October.
For now, I'll let this final entry focus on the captured moments along the way these last four weeks. There are deeper descriptions of the amazing things we did embedded within some of the photos. Enjoy the show and thanks for following along this summer!
... not found anything we liked within our budget. As expected, if we want water views, we have to pay the price. I think the part I have enjoyed the most is the wide open view across the Atlantic. Walking the beach front every day has been relaxing but a workout. We walk in about calf-deep to thigh-deep water anchoring our steps as the waves crash into us. Our legs are sore by the time we are done. While the water is ...