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We went to the local county Health Department today to have another series of shots ---- Hep B and Typhoid. Hep B is given in 3 shots. I will need another after 4 weeks and the last one within 4 - 6 months. Typhoid vaccine lasts for 2 years. previously had Hep A vaccination and a booster shot and updated my tetanus. We are not getting Yellow Fever or ...
Our last stop has been Gatlinburg, TN. We enjoyed our visit to the Dixie Stampede and Dollywood. Jim looked all over the place, high and low but never saw Dolly! We ran into the Compton's from Lexington who happened to be here too. We enjoyed having dinner together with Ben, Suzanne, Charlie and Nancy. It was nice to have friends to enjoy a meal with again.
It will be wonderful to be back in South Carolina even though there will be lots of changes from ...
... if we had
followed the GPS. Technology is great, sometimes it's good to
Yogi in the Smokies is ten times better
than the Yogi we stayed at in Sturbridge MA. Friendly, helpful staff,
lots of activities, well stocked shop. The weather wasn't great, it
rained on and off constantly but there were still breaks in the
weather to enjoy the pool. We were parked near the river which was
very pretty and peaceful.
Although we had not gotten rained on at all on Saturday, there was a wicked storm overnight. I woke up at some point in the middle of the night to ground-shaking thunder, bright flashes of lightning and torrential rain. It sounded like a warzone outside, but I was able to fall back asleep quickly. By morning, the storms had passed and it was dry again. However, the heavy rain overnight had increased water levels and Big Creek was flowing pretty hard. We had ...
... Carolina, also known as the buckle on the Bible Belt, we realised that we had arrived in a different USA. This was a USA of extremes and contrasts. A place of aerospace manufacturing and villages of demountable houses; of luxurious mansions and Southern Baptist Churches; of fried chicken and grits and sumptuous golf courses; of luxurious gated communities cosseted by the detritus of poverty, catfish dinners and fried chicken. Suddenly we were having fun again.