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Another cold and grey morning! Low 50s I would guess. Laurie joined us for a trip to Sarasota and the Audoban Celery Fields....a habitat for birds. We enjoyed visiting it but it was very chilly and the light was too grey for pictures. We said good bye to Laurie. Jack wanted to get a mount for his TV so headed off to Costco for some shopping followed by lunch at Buffalo Wild Wings. Afternoon was spent with us packing and ...
... we can fix it there.
On the way home John took me through downtown, to show me a little bit and we made a short stop at Harris Teeter to get a bin of smashed tomatoes and some carotts for dinner.
As agreed with Samantha and John, the kitchen was mine at the evening and I could run riot in there. :-)
I got some hash, the fresh and smashed tomatoes, some carrots, a onion and the potatoes.
John finished it off, so I guess they both liked it and I'm allowed ...
We were planning on leaving Charleston on the 11th but the rear leveling jacks quit working on the RV. It took them two days to diagnose the problem and now we are waiting for the parts. We are going to be leaving this coming Thursday whether the parts get here or not. We need to continue on our trip and not sit around in one place.
... real queuing began. Paying the admission fee of $392 for the four of us took 40 minutes. The scanning of mentioned tickets and the biometric finger printing easily took 20 minutes if not more . And then there was a long walk to our destination: the wizading world of Harry Potter. But then at least it was a nice walk when one could look at things even though we were in a rush hoping to beat some of the crowds which by this time were pretty daunting. We arrived to Hogsmead where the ...
... lights, so, we had christmas in july in maine, and now again in oct. when the real christmas comes it will be anti-climatic!!!
amy, our friend from boulder came down and spent some time with us. we ran around like crazy. the two plantations we went to were interesting, beautiful, and disturbing. boone plantation had two amazing gardens that were in bloom. it is the only plantation that is a working farm. ...