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All went well this morning as planned and we arrived in Greenville about 2:00 pm. Home was just as we left it and after turning the water back on and turning up the heat, Jim sat down in his lazy boy and quickly fell asleep for a couple of hours. We talked about our trip on the drive from Charlotte and in summary were very pleased that it met or exceeded all our expectations. We could not pick ...
... work, shop and eat out.
We are a twice retired and semi-retired couple, unencumbered with strict routines and schedules that otherwise can put a damper on leisure activities such as travel and quality time with children and 14 grandchildren.
Living in a gated, condominium community provides us a secure, low maintenance lifestyle, allowing us maximum opportunity to travel whenever and wherever the spirit moves ...
... and then the building of a fire out in the yard with the musical accompaniment of Christmas music with a country twist. After a Christmas dinner of steaks cooked on the barbecue and delicious twice baked potatoes we young'uns head out to the fire to drink some more, play Truth or Dare (yup there was some streaking involved!) and burn every last piece of wood we could find....this is what happens when you leave 2 pyros alone with a fire!
Boxing Day, alas, ...
... eve was spent at Brooke and Bridget's grandparents place. Scot, their grandfather made up a batch of egg nog specially for Luke and I. It didn't taste too bad, the texture however was too thick for our liking. We enjoyed plenty of laughs with the family and presents were exchanged. When we returned home we decided to open our presents at midnight as the girls had to work Xmas morning. As you can tell by ...
With our first (S)camping experience in the books, we decided to head to Asheville. We drove through the Smoky’s and hopped on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The Parkway was a bit disappointing. There was a thick fog that hung in the air for the majority of our drive. We were lucky to get a few patches of clear skies which provided some amazing views of the blue hued mountains. We stopped at the Devil’s Courthouse ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed