South of the (North Carolina) Border: A Photo Essay

I would have probably ignored all the billboards. One tourist trap is the same as another, right? But Roadside America encouraged me to stop. And if I trust anything, it’s an iPhone app about unusual places of the United States.

It was dark and rainy and the ferris wheel was closed but still had a haunting beauty. The stores with their miles of product bins are always open. I considered staying at the truck stop for the night, but in the end, I knew my time there couldn’t last.

South of the Border Rides

South of the Border

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South of the Border

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2 thoughts on “South of the (North Carolina) Border: A Photo Essay

  1. Understand South of the border has great campground Have friends who have camped there several times. Enjoy your blog Bob in Md

    • I saw that! I didn’t have a chance to check it out, but good to know it comes recommended for next time I’m in the area.

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