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Well! I'm pretty much packed, my lines are pretty memorized, and I'm very tired. However, I feel ok...? I'm sure it'll be scarier tomorrow, but I don't know, I'm ok right now. I am upset about having to leave everyone on such short notice. My parents, grandparents, coworkers, friends and family, and of course, ...
... br> My room is currently an explosion of Ziplock bags, piles of clothes, random teeny toiletries, and trash.
Here's the best part of this entire thing: I have three Frozen parties and another birthday event tomorrow....so from 12:00-9:00 I'm basically not able to work on the show or pack. HAHA!!! This is nuts! Mexico isn't gunna know what hit ...
So wow!! I got a call from Guillermo (the man who hired me) tonight and a girl currently in their touring show has broken her wrist and they need an immediate replacement; could I perform on Tuesday?? WHAT?!
So yeah, this is crazy! I feel horrible that the current girl isn't getting to do the rest of the tour, but I'm very grateful for my opportunity. This is madness! I'm going to have to learn this show in less than 5 days!
I'll be back the ...
... right at the edge of the National Park and so you can hike and then go straight to this. Horseback riding is also available here. We just showed up but you can do reservations.
This was another laundry day for us and we had to go off site as this campground does not have a washer/dryer. If you are planning a trip like this one, here is a tip someone gave us... go ahead and put $20 worth of quarters in some type of container (I use ...
... one-haha. We are planning to explore some of these tomorrow.
The drive from Lake Horn (Memphis area) to the Mammoth Cave area is a little over 5 hours towing campers.
The campground that we selected this time is called Singing Hills RV Park. It is a privately owned campground with about 44 sites. There is a small stocked pond for fishing- no license is required. Catfish and blue gill are in the pond. Dad and ...