Acorn Point Lodge
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We got out of Washington DC alive. I will admit there were times when I wasn't sure that we would. Having said that, we met some great people and saw a few interesting things, so it was worth the near death experiences.
Leaving DC could not have gone more smoothly. We got through the airport at Baltimore suspiciously easy and the flight was pretty good. Excellent service and comfy seats. We landed in Memphis and immediately got into a rental ...
... sign advertising shea butter products and healing salves for sale, so of course, Emilie asked about them and the woman brought out a box for us to look at. I ended up buying a bar of soap made with honey, lemon grass, shea butter, plaintain peel powder, coconut oil, and aloe vera.
We drove the 18 miles back and arrived a little after 1pm so after delivering laundry, we both had to get ready for the shows. As soon as I got out to the gate, I realized I ...
... Union City on Monday for installation of the transmission. While waiting for repairs to be completed, we were able to catch up on laundry, internet research, "housekeeping", shopping etc.
The RV place where we stayed was small but very clean and the owner was most helpful and accommodating.
There are a couple of ...
... from where do they come ? to where are they
going ? And who is buying all the contents ?
But, there are no answers. And so, the discussions fade and shift.
It's a new day. Due to the "fast n furious" trek of the past 10 days, we’re a bit ahead of schedule and with a couple of really good, long nights of sleep, we’re refreshed and excited about taking ...
... day there actually, but because we had a dog waiting in the RV, we didn’t. She was in air conditioning and I’m sure very comfortable, but we didn’t want to leave her too long. I have to admit, that traveling with a dog limits what you can do. For example, it would have been fun to go to a Cardinal’s game while we were downtown, but can’t leave the dog in the RV all night. But I am thankful ...