Red Roof Inn Locust Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Blessed to arrive safely in Atlanta, where it was 68 degrees! Had a scrumptious home-cooked dinner of shrimp and grits with my cousin Sandy, and her husband Terry. Will spend tomorrow with my sister before she escorts me to the airport. More when I arrive at LAX, Ca!
... puddles and just having a good time. We didn't stay long because it was dang cold up there.
We came back down the mountain around our time slot for Snow Mountain. We had a 2-hour window where we could ride as much as we want....or rather, as much as we could while standing in line forever. We stood in line about 30 minutes for each time we went down the hill...now even though I can't math, but even I know that ...
... but I had been feeling like a woman without a home for a while. Thank God for the Internet—at least I am able to keep up with the news and info from the States on a real time basis, so I wasn't completely clueless. But I had been experiencing this feeling of not wanting to walk directly back into my old life, but not knowing how to explain what my new life really looks like, if that makes any sense. Either way, ...
... bends in the road taken as darkness cleared the treetops. The only light throughout the hills were the store signs announcing the large fireworks wholesale shops. The red incandescent bulbs lit up the road for miles, but were often a surprise upon approaching a dark curve and gliding around to be suddenly hit with the bright advertisements.
Throughout our tour of the Great Smoky Mountains we fiddled with the Hotel Tonight app and found ourselves ...
... door handle the insides of the lock came out skewered upon my key. The middle plastic part collapsed and I pulled out a spring and longish metal rod, leaving a dark empty hole where the mechanism used to be. I started mentally grasping at possible solutions ...."hair pin? bent metal clothes hanger? duct tape?".....I could not open the door from the outside anymore, which was going to be a HUGE problem when the top half of the door was ...