Days Inn Yanceyville
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Assuming I stick to my guns this will have been the longest gap between entries, and there's plenty to write about so I'll try to get my thoughts in order as much as possible, since the train we're on now will only take about 90 minutes. Monday, Sept 22nd, we arrived in Atlanta exhausted but in one piece, and my folks met us at the station and took us out to dinner at a locally sourced, organic, mostly vegetarian restaurant called ...
... You pick a tub and fill it with whatever flavoured icecreams you want and then all the toppings you want as well including fruits, chocolates, hot fudges, and flavoured toppings. Its so much fun to make it up and then eat it all. Barry wanted to try both tubs.
We got home around 3ish and I finished packing my suitcase ready to leave tomorrow.
Maria decided she wanted to do my hair ...
... together so that it was strong enough to keep even the toughest animals out.
They had hanging some tanned racoon, fox, groundhog, possum and skunk skins that the Indians used for clothing. Amazingly, the skunk skins are wonderfully soft and quite beautiful to look at and their smell has been removed. Not sure if it is naturally gone or if it had help.
The walk to the ...
... first time.
Jason, Gail's son, and his two daughters arrived and we chatted while the girls swam in the pool. They didn't care that it was raining. They spent a couple of hours to wait to see Gail when she got home.
it kept raining most of the day and we spent some of the evening out on the porch watching the thunderstorms.
It was a quiet day and I forgot to take any ...
Had another sleep in today.
Got up and washed my clothes from the weekend and cleaned the bathroom as it was a bit grubby.
While I was waiting for the washing, I checked the blog and I was able to put up pics.
Maria drove us to Gail's Mum's house for lunch. We had chicken 'n' dumplings with 2 kinds of beans, creamed corn and biscuits. Its a constant feast with this family. You will ...