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... trio is very interesting to watch football games with. Linda can't look when things are not going well, Charles is into commentary, Jeff is pretty quiet and I am blogging. At least we are a diverse group. Lunch was good. However, didn't go so goo for the Falcons. They are down 3-7 to the Redskins. We are now back in the car and Linda is giving us a play by play commentary of the Falcons game. Falcons made a field goal and missed a field goal and now there ...
... the cruise after the Camino, possibly avoiding the additional challenges we had from the virus we obviously contracted on board and had to deal with during most of our pilgrimage. Otherwise, our planning resulted in a unique adventure. It was fun, satisfying and challenging for us individually and enriching for our already extraordinary relationship with each other. Our planning for 2016 is well underway as we look forward to our next adventure and sharing it with our friends and ...
... and started hiking up the red-blazed Asbury Trail. Initially, it passes a lake, though it was completely dry. The trail then heads upstream along Matthews Creek. It was clear that not a lot of other people had hiked this trail recently as the spider webs across the trail were awful. Clearing them with hiking poles was only marginally effective. We picked up some downed branches along the side of the trail that were more helpful although I imagine ...
... in my opinion. I got some pictures here and then hiked back to the car. I started making my way home, passing through Hendersonville and getting on I-26. When US-74 split, I got off the highway in Columbus at NC-108. I turned on Houston Road and then White Oak Mountain Road. This last road, although paved, was extremely steep and windy as it switchbacked up the mountain. At a couple points, I had to come ...
... station we got home safe and sound about 2am. Normally I am glad to be home, but this was such a wonderful time for our family that I am sad to be home. We rarely travel with just the four of us. Although we saw so many loved ones along the way, this adventure was focused on our family of four. The boys are growing up into wonderful young men in a blink of an eye. Although we are so excited to see what they will do with their talents and gifts, it is important to cherish ...