Masters Economy Inn
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I had bacon, eggs, and toast for breakfast which was free from the hotel. I am sad to see Tennessee in my rearview mirror but I am headed to Atlanta. I drove through the mountains and then stopped for lunch at Chipotle for $9.30. I only ate half and will finish the rest for dinner. I stopped for gas in Atlanta at Chevron for $36.90.
"To travel is to take a journey into yourself." - Danny Kaye
Monday, Nov 10 Tanya came over. Was a joy to see her!
Tuesday morning Donna and London came over for breakfast and to seen me on my way and surprise to me was also Emily and Keegan!! i'm so glad I had a chance to meet them. We stayed so long that they came to get the plates LOL!
VCMers are really a great bunch of people and CNN is one day going to realize what a mistake they made by dumping us all.
On to Woodstock and lunch with ...
... or booze (dude it's 6 am obviously it's water) and that we should know better than to lie down in a place of business. We had some choice words we wanted to say back but didn't want to be detained and miss our train so we left it alone and just stewed about it on the train instead... At least, until we fell asleep five minutes later. Getting in to Atlanta in the next few minutes, and we won't be taking any more trains for ten days... So look for my next entry ...
... a lot about myself and other people. As much as I would like to say that studying abroad is a lot of fun--and it is--I also struggled with some personal things here and there that I had to deal with. And that goes for anybody who does something like this. Studying abroad takes a lot of energy. I mean, think about it: you are completely out of your comfort zone. Everything is different and unfamiliar to you. But again, you can't dwell on that. You've got ...
Our group of 36 included Christians from Alabama, Florida, Montana, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia. Drs. Ileene and Evertt Huffard, professors at Harding University, were our brave hosts.
Gradually members of the group converged at the gate of departure. Our orange luggage tags were telltale signs that we were members of the "Huffard Group".
The first person ...