Here's some photographic evidence that the girls (Rachel and Miriam) went to Durham—they're standing in DPAC (Durham Performing Arts Center) by a statue of a bull (there are bull statues all over Durham...because of the Durham Bulls, of course):
They're still so glad they could go!
Aw, glad they could go! Your post made me wonder about the bull, and I laughed when I saw that originally the team was the Durham Tobacconists. Also, I had either forgotten or never knew the inspiration came from Durham, England MUSTARD!ReplyDelete
"Durham Bulls is named after the Bull Durham tobacco-advertising icon. After the Civil War, John Green sought to create a new tobacco brand, and he was influenced by the advertisement campaign of a Durham, England mustard company. The English company used a bullhead on its mustard labels, so Green copied the appealing packaging and placed a bull image on his tobacco packaging."