Holiday Inn Express Hinesville
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Night 2: Screaming and coughing I went to bed with shivers and was a bit delirious. Makes sense when you drive 993 miles over the Appalachians with a screaming, teething baby for half those miles. And throw in a nasty cold to top it off. At least the weather was good: clear and in the 50's. The dark winter morning was spent alone, just me and my podcasts. I cut through Indiana and decided to go the Cincinnati route to Florida, ...
... a fun afternoon..rain still hadnt stopped so they called a cab for me and $10 later was home nice and dry..
Had a quick clean up and Jo and I were off again to do the Paula Deen tour. Mickey picked us up and there were two other couples, a retired detective from Virginia and his wife and a couple from Tampa Florida..we had a fun night .. the tour just took us around to where Paula started out..her old house, ...
... would be raided by the older girls as pay back as they didn't win, thankfully I wasn't in the bunk tonight to find out! On my out we walked to sever-eleven. The head counsellors had gave us a gift card for a slush puppy for free so wee got those :) Now I really need to get to bed, I'm up at 7 to do some training :( Hopefully I'll get a free tomorrow at a time where it's not 5am at home so I can speak to some people! Over and out ...
... then went to dump all our stuff. we were fed meatloaf....mmm!? And then we went for a wander round camp. We eventually picked up the others and went for a game of basketball and football. Which was lots of fun....apart from being beyond tired! Thinks I got to bed at like 11.... So 4am in British time. 22 hour day - good effort. So today we have nothing to do, the Americans don't arrive ...
... it) that he was plagued with his dad and granddad's receding hairline. The look of despair was something you usually see on the face of flood/hurricane/earthquake victims (or a 5th grader's face when grandpa shows up with a half naked girl on his shirt to have lunch with her). They may never be the same. It's pretty much rained most days since our arrival which hasn't helped with an attitude adjustment either. After smelling each ...