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... playing and lots of people there but no local vendors plying their wares. We were only there a few minutes and then headed out.
Our next stop was Bloomfield’s, a nice store with a lot of everything! We ended up buying two corn holders, should have gotten two more. I also found two small lotus bowls.
We came on back to the coach as we wanted to be back in plenty of time to watch the Belmont. We put out chairs and ...
... went up to the office and located the information and we drove on to site 278. Setup seemed to be easy and done quickly. Leveling was easy as we're on level ground. It's graveled but nice. As Jerry was setting up I quickly swept the floor and tried to tidy up things. It's been a while since we used the coach! I opened all of the windows hoping that we wouldn't have to use the AC but everything quickly heated up as we brought in ...
Our first day will be traveling. I leave from GSP at 7am and arrive at Dulles around 10:30 am. I'll leave for Italy at 3:30pm Flight from GSP to Charlotte was short and sweet. On my way now to Dulles. I am going to have to get my baggage then head to ticketing and go through airport security all over again. What a ...
... br> My mother moved back to South Carolina in the '80s after my dad died; she currently lives in a very nice assisted living environment in Simpsonville. My very favorite male cousin, Sam, and his family live in Greenville. Sam has recently been diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer and placed under hospice care.
I told Jeff when we were out of town in April how upset I was that I hadn't called Sam before leaving the country. I felt so ...
... to walk.
In 2013, I Thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail. SOBO FOR LIFE!! The trip was in remembrance to my father David Kelly, as much of my passion for the outdoors was inspired by him. But I needed to escape from the world as well. After a service year in AmeriCorps NCCC/FEMA Corps in 2013, I was inspired to continue traveling and do something I felt passionate about. So I flew up to Maine, threw on a pack, hiked South with a ...