Raleigh, NC

Saturday, March 29

We stopped at a campground near Raleigh, NC for a couple of days to explore. Not much there, but a nearby town was the birthplace of Ava Gardner. We also discovered that the North Carolina Museum of Art was in Raleigh where we stopped on our way out of town.





This stop, meant to be an hour’s respite from the road, deserved at least a full day, and when the gardens are in full glory, more than that. Both an indoor guard, and an outdoor landscaper were so friendly and knowledgeable that it hurt to say we had to move on. Maybe we’ll come this way again.

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