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... they took me out for Dinner to Myles and Jun Yakitori where we had dinner together.
It was very very good, spring rolls, pickled chicken and chicken with gorgonzola sauce - so delicious!
Such a nice evening. :-)
Now watching TV with John, updating my status and relaxing on the couch with Casper, the domestic dog who doesn't like to share his sofa. :-)
Have good night Germany, let's see whats going on tomorrow!
... three bedroom house in the country. We walked around to the back deck and were greeted by the biggest damn spider I have seen since I was in my 20's in the Florida everglades. Now, you all know I am NOT a high maintenance kind of girl, I love the woods, and I'm not afraid of bugs and such. But this spider gave me the creeps! So we walked around to the front of the house, and there was another one in front of the house! Ewwwww......... We walked into the screened in porch ...
We got home about 9:30 and said good bye to Chris. He had to get back since he had class in the morning.
Next morning we woke to more ugly sky and intermittent rain as we packed up to leave and head for Charleston. We got on the on the road about 9am. and about an hour into the trip we hit heavy rain. It rained pretty much the whole drive which for anyone who has driven in the rain towing a fifth wheel is pretty stressful. But we managed and as we got ...
... Market, a upscale flea market. I am collecting custom accessories along the trip (Al is collecting coozies). I found two pairs of custom stone earrings for $6 each (I love flea markets!). There was also an array of higher end items including artwork, wooden bowls, and sweetgrass bowls (which go for $35 for the extra-small version).
American Express redeemed themselves in Charleston, we were booked at the Orient-Express property - Charleston ...
... for summer. This morning there was such a lovely breeze coming
off the Ashley River and the house was very comfortable. We walked down
to the Ashley River after the tour was over and then around to the
reflecting pond. The air was a bit muggier as we headed away from the
river. We were able to get close to a little alligator and take his
picture while he was sitting in the water. Drayton Hall is such a quiet