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We went to Sweetwater to see our best friends, Kayla, Paul and their daughter Lydia. They have been my friends since the early 1990's. We have hung out as much over the years as possible and have met at least annually to watch the Daytona 500 even they root for ...
... a perfect day! Couldn't ask for better weather. When I first came to Tennessee in 1971 we did the very touristy thing and had our picture taken in front of the national park sign. Since it was probably my last time to be there I did the very touristy thing and had my picture taken ...
Well it's the first day being temporarily unemployed. Feels weird knowing I won't be going back to the hospital to work. Got a lot accomplished. My passport arrived finally. We got the hitch installed and the trailer reserved. We got to spend the morning with sweet friends and their 12 horses and numerous cats. Had a blast feeding carrots and apples to the horses. I'm sure going to miss these wonderful ...
... drove a lot today. Logan did a 5 hour stint, the last 3 driving alone as I opted for the comfort of Eric's truck.
As soon as we were checked in, it was back on the road for a short trip to Cracker Barrel for dinner. We returned to the rooms with everyone full and ready to relax.
Another 500 mile day scheduled for tomorrow, so I am getting some sleep.
Life is good.
... the biggest we have to do, which is reassuring. Knoxville was great, a lot friendlier reception, a thriving night life, somewhat hindered by the absence of students, but we still met lots of people, had lots of cheap drink and great food and service from the two Tori's behind the bar at the copper cellar. Also met the most southern man in the entire world, a young gentleman by the name of Cornbread who introduced himself as one of Knoxville's ...