Sleep Inn & Suites - Johnson City
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... twice), and whatever it was that was either entertaining or annoying them was causing them to shriek. At one point I wondered whether I ought to go get the number for the after-hours ranger and report a potential mass-murder. AND the car alarm on one of the fleet of vehicles went off twice and the car horn honked for some time until the flashing lights pierced someone's alcoholic fog enough to make him or her shut it down. They were violating numerous ...
... think of renting ourselves out to drought-ridden communities. It even rained once when we pitched our already-wet tent in our yard at home so that we could dry it out.
Camping in Tennessee is a bit of a strange experience, particularly in the days following a big national dispute over the confederate flag (and the day after South Carolina voted to take down the one flying over their statehouse). The campground is positively full of ...
... such a thing. I admit to coming out into the “wilderness,”1.7 miles from Kingsport, armed with phone, computer (from which I am obviously writing) portable wifi hotspot (by which means I will post this blog entry), and iPad, on which I will keep score at the baseball game, but I charged all mine up before I left home, and, should additional charging be necessary, I’ll ...
... day of washing, running errands and just relaxing. We were all happy with this idea. So I get on the phone to the passport office and social security office to sort out my U.S. passport issues. I get it all sorted and realise I have to apply for a new Social Security Card (easily done) and then I can apply for my passport when I get home as it doesn’t expire until May next year. So at this point, it’s just our Australian Passports that are a priority.
... asked if we even drank alcohol. We explained to her that we were detoxing as we had drank everyday since we got to Atlanta and were preparing for our time over the 4th of July. Cheryl understood and laughed as she mentioned she was getting prepared thinking she was expecting mini Sue and Jim’s who enjoy more than a few wines hahaha.
Another quiet night as we were all tired from the hike, and bed time came around ...