Richmond Hill Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Another early morning. Had a waffle for breakfast. Very yummy. Left Virginia and crossed into Tennessee. After a morning break we crossed into Tennessee. Stopped for lunch at a Cracker Barrel in Sevierville. As this is birthplace of Dolly Parton we stopped outside the town hall to take a photo of her statue. Then travelled through Pigeon Forge which is the town before Dollyville. It is just ...
... of them a very pretty.
People really do say "y'all". It's very cute and we have to try hard not to laugh!
Everyone thinks we're English. Whenever anyone asks or comments on our accent, the question is always "what part of England are you from?" or "are you from England"! So far no one has guessed we're from Australia. One guy even asked Nadia if she was from Liverpool! We're not sure what to make of this. Perhaps they don't come across many Aussies to know what they sound ...
Bob and Jude were not going to go out today and as Jude has told me how dirty my bike is and I should clean it. It was also overdue it next service so I decided I would get some oil and at least give it an oil change, Bob had a spare oil filter that he let me use. So after the service it got its well needed clean. ...
... drive into our driveway about 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 27th. Freddie and family had traveled 4,500 miles, through 14 states and had been away from home for 10 weeks. Our eyes take in the familiar streets and the early Spring growth on the trees. It is good. As we walk into the house, it felt big, and welcoming. We looked at each other and John said it for all three of us, "It is good to be home."
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... all the things we don't have to bring, but we are both bringing our heavy Nikons and mini iPads (so we can update our blog regularly.) Plus Joe will be carrying binoculars, a bird book, a small French phrase book and even a lightweight tripod that we will share.
When I'm done here I will do downstairs and unpack my backpack. Yet again. I have decided I will switch to a lighter raincoat, ditch the extra turtleneck, scrap the high ...