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... amazing pizzeria was followed by alpine mini-golf (yours truly emerging victorious. Of course.) before a chilled night in the cabin. Which led us to Sunday 28th, and check out ahead of the 6 and a half hour drive to the Florida panhandle. I write this from the beach there so the next thing you hear from us will most likely involve a lot of sunburn!! Love you all, will see you soon (but not too soon!) ...
... were named after them. As early as 1564, French traders were dealing with the Apalache.
In January 1784, the first permanent non-native settlement began when German immigrant, William Dunson, was awarded a land grant. The settlement was known as Groaning Rock, named that because of a nearby rock formation that made, (yup, you guessed it) a groaning sound when a strong wind blew through it. In 1808 a trading post ...
... Cove Tennessee with Randy and Sherry. (Additional Blog with pictures will come soon.) The pictures with this entry were taken on the way up and while here.
Spent Thanksgiving here. On Thanksgiving day we ate a buffet at Western Sizzler with 18 workers etc. from the campground, then on saturday the campground provided turkeys and everyone brought covered dishes and we all ate at the clubhouse.
... feet along with nothing but slopers on my right. I had to walk my feet up the slanted start, My hands were somehow sticking onto these awkward slopers that I had to push together to counter balance, then I swung my right leg up for a mini heel hook that I quickly spun to put pressure on my toe after throwing my left leg high on the slate protruding from under the sloper section. What a challenge, it could have been so easy to slide right off! After Kenzie and Luke gave the ...
... putting a point in the GPS that represented the start of her street from the main road as the GPS would not recognise her house number. The problem was that even if I had have remembered I did that, I would not have remembered where I had written the house number down. (I would find it some days later proclaiming the exclamation "Oh! Here is that number!!)"
The rest of the day is spent catching up on old times, learning ...