Value Place Fayetteville, North Carolina (Walter Reed)
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... looking from the side, I could see that it was like an umbrella. At one point I was right in the midst of the pitcher plants and a fly was buzzing around my head. I thought to myself that isn’t a very safe place for a fly and that he would likely end up as lunch for one of these carnivorous plants. The sun was quite bright and there was no adequate shade, so after a while, we paddled back to the dock to finish our kayaking ...
... down to the base of Raven Rock. It was fairly crowded down here, but so I didn’t linger long. After a couple quick pictures, I headed back up the stairs and got on Little Creek Loop Trail. This trail follows the ridgeline high above the river, then loops around to follow its namesake creek upstream. I made a quick detour on the Group Camp Trail, but since people were actually camping at the group sites, I ...
... 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 ...
... course led us to assigning each other Scooby Doo characters. Wasn't difficult, I bet you can all guess who got who lol.
Since Hayley was out of action I drove us out of Washington, D.C. in spite of the sat nav being a bit ****, and onto the i95 where we stayed all day today and will continue on tomorrow! A single stop at Denny's for lunch and one stop for gas and in total I covered 316 miles today until we landed ...
We arrived at Manassas last night and did all of our washing for the coming week.
However we have a big day ahead visiting the battlefield of Bull Run, James insisted. Then we head off on the longest leg of our journey from Bull Run to Fayetteville 310 miles, five to six hours driving.
The battlefield of Bull Run was a small but interesting battle as it was the first real contest of the civil war. We walked ...