Dr. Flippin's Bed and Breakfast
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... of a wait got our orders. There was a lot of chopped pork at the table but I opted for brisket with turnip greens, fried okra and hushpuppies. Cheryl got a salad with pulled pork and I think most everyone else got chopped pork dishes. Oh, Susie got a salad with breaded chicken. Sweet teas were the most popular drink at the table.
The waitress dropped off the orders and then plopped down two huge baskets of hushpuppies on the table. One ...
... they tracked him down with all the changes in his life so he asked the agent how they found him and they replied that they were the FBI and they had ways to find people. Kind of creepy if you ask me.
There were far more stories to tell but since it is already well after midnight and my mind is blurry, I will stop at this. Besides, I don’t want to tell too many tales because at some point, I might be on the receiving end.
I can tell you that ...
... to us. We said hello and sat down. Turns out they were celebrating their 18th wedding anniversary. We actually asked them to take a picture of the four of us. I guess we should have offered to take their picture since they were celebrating a special day.
We all ordered and Cheryl was glad to see that they had gluten free pizza on the menu. That isn’t always available so she ordered that after she found out it was cooked on its own ...
... breezes to cool us off. We hiked past some lovely wildflower meadows
and through the campground and stopped briefly to replenish our water. We drank a lot hiking up. Then, we continued following the trail,
crossing the parkway several times. Up
at this elevation, we saw more rhododendron and flame azaleas than mountain
laurel. There were some nice views from
the parkway as well. ...
... some of the best kids to come up and join in on some of the main stage sets. One incredible young guy is Carson Peters. He looks 9 or 10, but is apparently 12 years old, but fiddles and sings as well if not better than, some of the veterans. He sings tradition bluegrass and gospel. His father and mother backed him on the mainstage but he also played with a teen group on the youth stage. He is worth checking out on Youtube.
Each night ended with a ...