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... RV park (on Labor Day weekend) we discovered yet another broken leaf spring. YIKES! Shockingly we were able to find a mobile mechanic that lived in the RV park. We had 2 spare leaf springs for the rear axle and they saved the day. After replacing the first leaf spring the mechanic tried to talk us out of replacing the last one. Uh-oh, no way we did not plan on breaking down again. So, all are replaced and we are hopeful that the rest of ...
... it was all about. There were dozens of easy ups placed along the edges of a good sized park, each housing an artist showing his or her works. Nearly all of them were painters, though I did see one booth that had photographs. There was a lot of talent displayed here, and many artists were actively working on their craft.
We were running out of meter time so we headed back to the Jeep. Along the way I stopped and took a picture of ...
... party like there is no tomorrow and head to church on Sunday dressed to the nines.
We are meeting the boys for lunch at Husk, rated second for the best hamburger in the United States. First to arrive, we sit down on the porch with other like minded people with a Bloddy Mary and know our wait may be long. An hour and fifteen later we are seated and proceed to enjoy a great burger, Robert has shrimp and grits. While we were waiting we watched a ...
... as well. Many of us learned that the Gullah people are descendants of slaves and because of their relative isolation along the coast of South Carolina and Georgia, have retained much of their African heritage, including the language. Mr. Miller informed us that the folk opera, "Porgy and Bess," was a 1934 collaboration of Heyward DuBose, Charleston native and author of the novel, Porgy, and composer ...
The alarm went off at 7:30, but Mark insisted we sleep a bit longer. We let the kids sleep in while we showered and had breakfast, bringing a tray up to them in the room. By the time we returned, Josie was up and dressed, but in shorts, so she had to change, since the weather was going to be in the 50's with rain. A bit too chilly for summer clothes yet.
It took us about 1 ½ hours to get to Asheville, where Mark had ...