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Well, we are off! The excitement has started, and for some, the anxiety levels have risen, lol. Dad, oh dad, it had been 35+ years since he has flown to Israel, and I am excited, yet scared for him to deal with the different regulations and such. They announced the normal "terrorism" ...
... saw many family members and were lucky enough to pick up our Denver grandchildren(and see our daughter) twice along the way and take them along for a couple weeks to enjoy what this great Country has to offer. During the summer, we headed up to New England and spent a couple of weeks with the younger boys and our son and daughter-in-law in New Jersey and Maine.
It's time to retire this old coach (not to mention us) ...
... top selling wine is cranberry wine ( just shut up Ms. Rhode). It was actually quite good, reminded me of the Boggs liqueur that they quit making several years ago. They said it would be good mixed with champagne and it just tasted like Thanksgiving to me, so we sent a few bottles home to be saved for next Thanksgiving and Christmas.
So we were going to go for a restaurant week four course dinner at one of our favorite restaurants, but ...
... out in an attempt to make the campfire. I wasn’t sure if we would go but just getting Kody out and moving was a good way to keep him awake. We rode our bike around as Mamaw followed on foot with stops at the game station and fire pit. Our hosts for the fire pit were quite entertaining, but I will say that Joey definitely connected the best with the kids. It was a sing along fire that I wasn’t sure if Kody would be involved with, but ...
... walked around with our bikes. Most of the road there is made of ballast stones so it was a bit bumpy to ride on.
Larry and Shirley didn't go bike riding with us but said they would join us later. After riding around a while, I called them and told them where we would be for a while. So, they joined us at "Gallery Expresso", the oldest coffee shop in Savannah. We didn't need coffee but ...