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... I guess that makes the smaller crane a viagra crane; at least that's what Dad said. I'm still trying to figure that one out.
Well, they finally got the big one erect, it did its business, then packed up and went home. The pictures below show how tall it was, higher than the 16 story building it took the load from. Wow!
OK, enough excitement for today.
Smell ya Later,
... other ****...the Human stuff. MAN they have a long logistics train!
Today is 6 days and counting until the movers come to pack us. Needless to say, my Humans are moving up a peg or two on the anxiety meter. But, I'll calm them down and keep everything moving forward, 'cause that's how Corgis roll...every "sheep" (and Human) in its place.
Smell ya later,
... than our Imperial gallon it's still pretty good to fill up for $34! I actually had a drive for the first time while Peter had a nap, of course as soon as I sat in the drivers seat it started raining and also had road works. Westward to Asheville going through the the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, we had intended to go to Cherokee but the guide book says its dominated by a 21 storey hotel and Casino - not ...
... for Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We had hoped to be able to make it in one go, but that was not to be. We had to overnight in the NW area of South Carolina and the following morning made the final road trek to Pigeon Forge.
We were very fortunate that Vera's boss offered us his wood lodge in Pigeon Forge. It was a very cozy 2 bedroom lodge with a fire place and Jacuzzi on the screened in terrace.
... from pretty much anywhere in the cabin. We spent a couple hours with them Christmas day at this cabin and went back again Jan 3 to hang out for awhile. This is really a beautiful place.
Check it out at evolvevactionrental.com type in Gatlinburg area then click on Kindred spirit #243577