Love Valley, a North Carolina Ghost Town

After replacing the top on the Mustang from Kee Tops in Charlotte, we decided to take off to Love Valley, North Carolina. It's an old west themed town between Winston Salem and Statesville. Okay, you're thinking... this is the South, not Arizona. It's true, Love Valley immediately brought memories back of Oatman, a small gun slinging town on Route 66 with burros in the streets and tons of gift shops. Love Valley seems to be having trouble with their publicity model though.  Read more »

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Monday was a tediously tyre-kicking day, people calling with opening lines such as, ‘How big is your cock,’ or ‘How much  Read more »

Is Burlington's Wrightsocks the Wrong Socks?

Can I please get a pair of these?Let's talk about socks. I know, I know... you're thinking I've lost my mind. No, no I haven't. Something that I didn't know until a few weeks ago was that Burlington is home to a well recognized performance sock manufacturer called Wrightsock. Cool ya? Of course, I figured I'd support our local businesses first by trying out a pair to see how they compare to my good old fashioned Wal Mart socks when put in a 17 KM (10 Mi.) day.  Read more »

Winston Salem, A Foodie Wasteland?

Wasteland or Wonderland? That's the question. Last week I have a test for a government job in Winston Salem. Signing a non-disclosure agreement made me feel like I had entered the ranks of some super secret government organization. The real secret was where to eat? My go-to favorite in Winston was always TJ's Deli and their Sicilian sandwich. One problem, I don't eat bread anymore. Cheeseburgers are always a safe comfort food for me as I can ditch the bun.  Read more »

A hidden, must try dessert from a spicy Greensboro cafe

Went for #Indian and this happened. Chocolate naan, I think I love you!A photo posted by Liv Jones (@liv_adara) on Jun 9, 2016 at 5:31pm PDT
Honestly, I went out for Indian food yesterday after an intense craving for some cheese naan and discovered something amazing. First thing is first, Café Mirchi (formerly Indian Palace) has a superb menu of traditional Indian and Pakistani cuisine. You can order it white person tasteless to Indian hot and the portions are generous.  Read more »

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