Red Carpet Inn Cartersville
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... gravy the next. She had pasty dough left over and made a lemon meringue pie with homemade filling. Delicious!
Our family gradually improved in spirit as we've been here. Being fed with good food and positive talk and prayer has surely helped.
Last night Carol, Tim's wife, made a leg of lamb with rice, butternut squash and salad. Another fine meal...
We're off to Montana this afternoon. The drive ...
... was lots of fun, enhanced by a young family with three kids, who sat right across the aisle from us. The foliage was mostly green, as the leaves didn't cooperate and change last week. So it goes. It was fun and entertaining. We got to use our language skills in trying to understand our tour guide, who was from Tennessee. The train "laid over" in McKaysville, GA/Copperhill, TN for two hours so we could eat lunch. We went ...
... from Atlanta that I doubt they saw much of the city during the Civil War when everything was just a few stories tall.
I love artistic depictions of the American West, both historical and contemporary works. I can look at paintings of great landscapes, cowboys and Indians, and frontier life all day long, so I try to find it wherever I can. There’s quite a lot in some major museums like the Denver Art Museum, ...
... real. Fun fact. If any of you have seen that Miley Cyrus movie "the last song" where Channing Tatum is in it, and he has something to do with an aquarium, in particular dolphins, well that part of the movie was filmed at the Georgia Aquarium. At 1:00 we left the tunnel ocean voyager area and went to the "Dolphin Tales" area where we had been given a free ticket to see a dolphin show. to our surprise once the show started, it was ...
... and happy). Okay, maybe I'm not so small anymore, but the rest of the adjectives are definitely appropriate.
We spent some time in Savannah this evening, but I'll blog some more about that tomorrow. I wanted to dedicate a whole day to the wonder and amazement of Cartersville, GA.
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