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Today we spent most of the day travelling south to Blountville, just over the border into Tennessee. The journey through the Appalachian Mountains was very picturesque and the landscape reminded us of travelling up the Pacific Highway towards Port Macquarie.The roads here are amazing with at least two lanes, if not three, each way even in country areas of the state.
We stopped at a rest area for ...
... after Daniel). The road is an incredible feat of engineering and done in such a tasteful, unobtrusive way, all maintained impeccably. At Boone we went to a Diner, created in the true 50's style. Good burgers, fries and pulled pork. No wine though, only coke or ...
... a new person gets here.
We ate dinner and hung out on the deck. The kids all did magic with wands we picked from the tree out front. Then they all tried to make a the craziest face ever. I think Eric won. We managed to get the kids in bed at a reasonable time. The rest of us stayed up and played Mexican train and enjoyed some well deserved wine.
Eric and I are in Banner Elk North Carolina for a wedding. We have rented a house with Eric's parents, Aunt Jean, Uncle Rick, Sister Cindy, Niece Hannah, Nephew Henry, Cousin Cass, Cousin Riley and Cousin Abby. It's crazy hectic and super fun. Our place is amazing. It sits on the side of a mountain and has great views.
Yesterday we all piled into 3 cars ...
"Dinner" at Hooters. At least the beer was cold.
We were exhausted and ******* out at 8pm after watching America's Funniest Home videos.
511 miles today. I am SUNBURNED! Thankful I brought aspirin and Aloe!
Off to Grandfather Mountain and Maggie Valley, NC in the ...
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