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... yum yum, I didn't realise what I had been missing.
Next morning we set off about 8 am, after travelling along the Blue Ridge Parkway all day, which weaves its way through the Smoky Mountains very beautiful scenery), but quite slow we were happily looking forward to getting on a freeway for a while. We stopped at a little place called Sparta for the night, 2 eggs, toast and coffee for breakfast cost ...
... quite a few diners, chrome sided.
There's a meat called pork roll, which you would eat as a sandwich. A pork roll and egg on a hard roll. They also have a thing for hard rolls.
Also, it's a bunch of towns with ambiguous boundaries because they are contiguous and continuous.
Tyrannus my friend had a wonderful house and his mom treated us like family. ...
... s experiences and opinions and perspectives! We haven't experienced that for months.
Dinner time approached. Harold suggested that we eat at Houlihan's--I'm glad he did! Tell you what, the food was fantastic. Kelsey had some sizzling hot (literally) fajitas, and I dove into a pot roast (not literally). Again, it was so refreshing to be part of a big conversation around a table. Mom, Kelsey, and I had plans for church the next morning that would require an early departure, so ...
... progress. Second, I was also quite surprised by the quality of the roads in most West African countries. Although there were a few notable exceptions, the roads linking countries and major cities were paved and mostly in reasonably good shape. Side roads into the outback may be a different story, but my preconceptions that all roads would be dusty dirt tracks were entirely inaccurate. The third area in which I was positively surprised relates to health and ...
... without doing some crazy permutations (like going back to Houston and then Dallas before hitting Guatemala City, or some such.) And even though I'm going only for three days - or more correctly, two full days - I've got a lot of fun stuff planned. It's kind of an oxymoron to do everything as possible in those two days and ...