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... to have a frozen yoghurt at lunch time and discovered it was very similar to the stores in Australia where you grab a container, select your flavours, add some bits such as fruit, sweeties, etc, then take it to the counter where it is weighed and you pay. As we did so, the sales chic told us it had been covered, it was free! Hmmm, we like this place! Free!
Okay? What's the story here?
It seems a lady had come in that morning and told the chic that it was the ...
... but the food we switched to was really good.
After that we went to Krispy Kreme where
the hot sign was out so we had fresh doughnuts which I must say are
much nicer when they have just been cooked. Home after 10pm, no early
nights this week.
August 29th – day 117
Today was a busy day. We got up semi
early and drove ...
August 26th – day 114
Woke up and we all caught up on
journaling while the kids also did some school work. It's beautiful
here, peaceful, quiet, lots of trees. The deck outside the flat is
sheltered and the breeze was perfect for curling up and reading a
Ben helped with a little work around
the land digging ditches. Then we headed out to have a look around
Downtown Franklin. ...
... mall. And looked around for 3 hours. It's large and has a few
fun shops in it like Rainforest Café. Too many shoe shops which the
male Knowles' went into every one of. Hardly any money was spent was
From there we headed to stay at the
Steve and Viv in Franklin, TN. That's a walk down memory lane as Ben
was in a band with a few others and some settled in the Nashville
area 10 years ago with ...
... the bike fishtailing madly. The rain goes up another notch, twack, twack, twack, the drops actually hurt where they hit my shoulders, arms and torso.
Suddenly I am back on pavement, I think, and the road work ends. I assume this because I have zero visibility. The view through my rain soaked visor is dark gun metal grey. If I tilt my head just so, squint my eyes, purse my lips and stick out my tongue I can just make out the centre line. I ...