Relax Inn Richburg
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... and is excited about tracking our expenses during the trip. It will be a good project for him in addition to the hand written journal he is going to keep. There are some last minute details to take care of, a few more things to pack, and then we will be ready to hit the ...
... again for a bit of canoe action, but this time it was very casual and we simply paddled out and relaxed in the boat, soaking up the sunshine, with the breeze down river! We really enjoyed our day out to the park, and enjoyed working off some off the American junk food we have been consuming! Tired from the day though we got some quick food and fell asleep, with the morning seeing us set off on the road again and this time carrying on to ...
... giggles. Asheville is in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is apparently the rich hippy part of NC. We had lunch at the Stoney Knob Cafe. While N and a couple of others had the chicken and waffles, I surprisingly decided against it and had a omelette instead. Go figure!
After lunch we headed to the Biltmore Estate. It's a palace of a home, built by a Vanderbilt. We did some wine tasting and walked through the ...
... monitored closely over the next several years for any recurrence.
As “there are no atheist in foxholes”, I was quick to realize
all God has done in leading me here, to the right place, at the right
time, with the right people. Here He shelters us in a forest of oak
and pine. We are secure to rest and recoup. His eternity promise is to each of
us, faithful and everlasting. Amen.
Cancer is cancer, ...
... into a movie. She has a cookbook, too. We had to visit with her in her barn where we all squeezed in--sitting or standing wherever we could fit.
I can't really share with you exactly what Dori Sanders talked about because she was all over the place, with no clear thesis or point to her "lecture." I've never known anyone who could make such a ...