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Well Clark and I started out with another adventure today. To start things off our flight got delayed - okay that's not really a biggie. We get on the flight and I promise you that our pilot was doubling the speed limit in the air. We had a nice flight with the exception of Dave listening to songs on my IPad and screaming out Yeah! while listening to Usher. I just knew the Marshall was going to come and tap him on the shoulder but he didn't. My husband - what's ...
... for a My Pretty Pony recommendation to show up in Household Goods.
I don't know why this bothers me. I'm the only one who sees these purchases and recommendations. I'm sure that no one at Amazon would care to peek (and might get fired if they did).
But so what if anyone else saw? Am I really that concerned by what conclusions people might draw about me? In fact, it bothers me more that it bothers ...
... things they sell there. The market sheds were very crowded, lots of tourists walking around.
Then we went on the carriage city tour, which I liked very much. We could see many parts of the city in a shorter time and the guide knew a lot of interesting facts about the city and the buildings he showed us.
Later we drove to the beach at Isle of Palms to meet with our new friends whom we had met the evening before at a club. They invited us to ...
... at the dam , and of course Erin was ecstatic at the sight of such a huge earth dam with concrete spillways. Our destination for the day being an overnight stop in a little town in Louisville, Georgia, to visit the farm that Erin & David have an interest in at Bartow. A late afternoon visit to the farm and to watch the cows patiently waiting their turn to be milked, while standing under spray misting to help combat the heat and flies. The herd is ...
... an incredible tomato jam.
Locklear’s Bread Crumb crusted Mahi Mahi over jalapeno, bacon and goat cheese grit cakes, topped with cool peach chutney, served with sautéed snow peas and Roma tomatoes is something you will have to see and taste to believe, and the flavor is as beautiful as the presentation.
It’s hard to imagine you’ll have room for dessert, but the key lime pie, garnished with whipping cream and slices of fresh lime is ...