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... the stick bends into sort of a C shape. When the weather is about to change, the stick is straight out from the house. He swears it works better than what the weathermen use to predict the weather. What a character!
So it was a full day. We are leaving tomorrow morning to points West...maybe Oklahoma City. Thought about going to Branson, MO but enough of this zig sagging - we need to cover some ground.
Talk to you tomorrow.
Rita & ...
... directions they handed out to everyone.
This jump also introduced me intimately to Idris' 2nd gear....I've been driving for 16 years and have never used 1st or 2nd gear before. I had no idea how wonderfully helpful they can be. On our printed directions to the next show, they indicated that there would be a steep downgrade at one point and to be prepared for it. This warning gave me an instant stomach ache and caused me slight panic attacks any time I thought of it during ...
... first spot in the show.
It was really nice to hang out in an air-conditioned trailer (because we went from snow in IN to 80 degrees in AR) and to have a chance to get to know Shelby. Every 15 minutes or so, Steve would show up, change into a new costume, and then head back out again. It was amazing to me how easily both of those guys know their cues just from listening from their trailers to see what part the show is at. It ...
"Would you get out and cut that limb?"
Dewayne, a nephew, had just got out to cut a limb out of the way a minute before. Now, he asks me to cut the next one. As soon as I am out of the side-by-side 4 wheeler, he scoots over into the driver's seat. I go to cut the low hanging limbs so we can continue driving through the woods.
"There's one down there that needs cutting also," he says. I cut that one and he points to another for me to cut. I ...
... water. We also see bats and experience "total darkness". After the cave tour we do a little hiking in the surrounding park. We see waterfalls, snakes and lizzards. Sometime along the journey I lose my glasses, but seeing these sights is worth it. Check out the pictures.