We moved on to Williamston today, leaving our friends at Southern Bank in Plymouth. James (see photo) and Jill Pierce of Pierce Mobile Estates have graciously provided a free parking spot for our RV in their very nice park. We really appreciate the help with our expenses.
Just one walk today—14.6 miles from Williamston through Robersonville to Parmele. Really like walking the back roads. Got some chuckles at sights along the way. Check out the photos on Facebook. One sign in particular may bring to mind the lyric “everyone have fun tonite”. Since I have been fortunate enough to get ahead of schedule, I can now pace myself to arrive in Raleigh just in time for a celebratory walk with hopefully many friends and supporters on March 15. Plan to join me on the south side of the State Capitol Building at 11:00 for a stroll down Fayetteville Street.
Brenda and I ended the day with a very nice dinner at the famous Sunnyside Oyster Bar with Fred and Cathy Fletcher. Many of you will remember Fred as the main man and owner of the Jolly Knave in Raleigh and Atlantic Beach. Fred is now turning his considerable skills to an exciting new venture, Doing Good Network, with a broad-based goal of recognizing those who are making a positive contribution to society.