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Travel Blogs from Mebane
... we were on vacation.
I'm older now. Oh hell, let's face it. I'm old. I know that sometimes plans are meant to be just that. Plans. Nothing more. And that's ok. Life is full of more important things than taking on often overly-ambitious plans. Like taking a break when the signs are there. Like slowing down to enjoy a day without distractions -- and never leaving the house (even someone else's house.) Like taking time to live in a new place, even for a day.
... 12, hello 13, hello love - or at least a passing fancy.
It was that kind of day for us road warriors. Unexpected moments mixed in with the business of traveling. A quick jaunt to Savannah -- a city none of us had visited before -- was both lively and wet our whistle for a longer visit during a less hot time of year. The forecast high for today was 97. Hell might be the only place hotter -- but it's a dry heat there. Oy. Fascinating place, even through the car ...
... I do.
Next was the AT&T store to add a few more days to my phone plan as it expires on the 21st and I need the phone till the 28th. She told me to get a $2 a day plan and pay for it now but I have to call them on the 21st to change it over. She couldn't just change it there and then. Some things are never easy.
Regina decided we needed dessert, so we went to a place called ...
... stuck behind a couple of different log trucks along the way.
We got there around 11:30 and went to get some breakfast before our walk to the bridge and waterfall.
There is 137 steps to get down to the track that leads to the bridge. We all lost count coz none of us could shut up long enough to keep count.
We met this fella along the way, who was enjoying the ...
... box for me to pack all my stuff in, that I am sending home. Kay said she had a couple of things to give me to take home so we went to her place in Ringold and got them and she also gave me some packing tape as I had none.
When we left Applebee's, there was a huge black cloud hanging over us and Kay said that it was probably raining at her house. Sure enough when we got there, everything ...