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... together for a weekend. We were not sure that the RV would fit, but Tommy removed the bike rack and the coach fit exactly on the driveway. With not one inch to spare! Luckily for us, we were just in time to eat hamburger steaks and salad. Perfect timing. It was nice for us all to be together. I love the sound of laughter around the dinner table. Now that we have JT, there is that fun "playing ...
... river, southern sunset, cold American beers and delicious food. We tried a few classic southern dishes... Grits, which is a creamy ground corn dish, almost like a dip (tastes amazing), Gumbo with prawns and spicy sausage, which is similar to a stew and fresh Grouper, thats a white flesh fish. The food was so good and cheap. $33 for four beers, main meals and (compulsory) tip.
We had a fantastic overnight trip to Georgetown, a stunning small southern town. ...
... hemlines below their knees. I’m uncomfortable eating in the cafeteria, and I don’t enjoy spending my lunch in the restrooms, which reek from the smell of cigarettes. I miss my friends in MI. They are open minded, friendlier, and more hip than my southern classmates.
My first class is History. The classroom door is shut, and my classmates are crowded in front of the door looking at a piece of paper taped to the door.
... how Pete and Connor feel after motoring the majority of last week too. As motoring makes for pretty comfortable movement on board, we have been able to focus on getting some projects done. I’m trying to master some seamstress skills (ha!) and fix up a button for one of the settee cushions. Connor is working on making a bigger hammock to keep some of our fresh produce in. And Pete is polishing everything in sight. Today he ...
... the place. I knew from the smell coming up the road that the humans would have a good meal here, and sure enough the place was packed with happy southern eaters.
I stayed outside while they ordered dinner, apparently the inside still had the feel of an old general store and families spread about eating casually at picnic style tables. Outside a little stage housed a bluegrass band and people of all ages stood and sat ...