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... for losing it. However, I remember a feeling of relief came over me it was like a monumental burden had been lifted off my back.
What I realize today is I was being prepared for the journey I am on today. Yes, I am a leader and I am suppose to have an organization that helps others. Yet, it is not a priority if it benefits me too...and when the political party I developed took off I got a sense of power, and a taste of self ...
Day 1 - Friday night, we drove from spartanburg to gatlinburg and arrived at the river terrace. It was lightly snowing on our ride up and was it was still snowing when we got to gatlinburg. We got to our room and then went for a walk to get ice cream. We got back to our room for some nice fireside time and relaxing. Day 2 - Saturday we woke up late, had some pop tarts and researched for going to ober gatlinburg. After riding up ...
... likely think that I'm a local. But it's such a gas to hear the conversations going on around me with the local expressions and all. The plan for today is some for the girls to do what they enjoy and then we'll be heading out to Jean's mom's house just on the outskirts of Clinton and take her out for dinner. While it's a little day-to-day on the planning side, we have made arrangements to drive into Atlanta for Friday - stay overnight at the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Hotel ...
We left Bradyville on Saturday, January 04th and headed to Deborah's hometown of Oak Ridge/Knoxville. Deb's best friend in the world, Jean Norris was kind enough to drive the two hours to middle Tennessee to pick us up. After a brief stop at Jean's to unload the luggage, we headed to a local Oak Ridge institution, Big Ed's Pizza. I'd heard about this place briefly when I was in Canada and thought that I'd just have to see it for myself. I didn't realize the history here. Big Ed's ...
... on a rental car. But the goal of checking off nine states, putting us so close to being official "Fifty State Visitors" is well worth the hours in a car. And, of course, the added benefit of seeing this wonderful, God-formed country of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed