King's Luxury Inn at King Island
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... chocolate and regular cookies, and chocolate brownies. I had one of each. Afterward, I talked with Evelyn, who was on the prayer list some time in the past year or so, but who is doing a lot better now. I had not known that she had spent some time in England, touring and generally having a good time, some years back.
The Last Great Day was busy! We ate from the breakfast buffet that was included in our room charge, then we wanted to ...
... I am surprised that none of the hymns sung at the Feast have been, or will be, "Seek Ye First" on page 100 of our hymnal. I will either request it tonight or offer to play it if I feel brave. Heidi is going to offer to play some hymns also; she can play just about any hymn in our hymnal if she can practice it a bit first. The Hymn-Sing will be followed by a dessert reception - Yum!
Well, we are going down to ...
... for the occasion. There were various game booths set up, where you could earn tickets for tossing a ball into a goal, bursting balloons with darts, taking part in a scavenger hunt, playing bingo, working a jigsaw puzzle, or getting your face painted. Frank Dunkle and Roy Fouch were dressed as clowns. There was a big prize table manned by two volunteers. Just as we had for our Charlotte/Lincolnton social last winter, people had been asked to donate prizes ...
I had to leave off relating the end of our arrival day, because I was going to be late to today's choir practice. When you share a room with family members, it is difficult to get much time to write travel blogs, especially with the busy Feast schedule. But it's great that we have two whole rooms, as well as two bathrooms. We have had many Feasts where a good amount of time was spent waiting for another family member to vacate the bathroom :)
So, back ...
We left our house just before 9 am on the Sabbath (26th) and drove to the Knoxville UCG congregation. It was easy to find the location, a high quality conference center with various different rooms,often apparently used for weddings, etc. Mr. Stan Martin, the pastor, was already in Jekyll Island, since he coordinates the Feast there this year.
Lacy & Frances Mayes were there, and later, Barbara & Madalene arrived. They had already ...