Garden Inn and Suites
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... got so caught up in conversation we didn’t realise the time and had to leave rather promptly as I didn’t want to stress Cheryl out if we were running late. So we said our thank you’s and goodbyes and apologise we had to rush out.
En route to Kingsport, Tennessee, and what a long drive it was. It was only 4hours or so, but it really dragged out and we started getting impatient, but I think it was because we were running off lack of sleep ...
... this was a major test, usually Aaron would choose the bargain cheaper one, so of course, I passed the test and got the cheaper creamy pink handbag (secretly I think he was proud of me haha).
So we head to the movie Jurassic World with Patrice and Kelley. We get to the ticket booth and tell us to pay $35, Patrice kicked up a stink and asked why it was so expensive, and they said it was because it was in 3D. None of us wanted to see it in 3D ...
... chicken salad, Aaron a burger and Kelley some chicken strips and fries. All the food was delicious and we all picked off each others plates. Whilst we were sitting, Kelley had 3G network so we were delivered the news about the rights to gay marriage throughout all of the U.S. So that certainly brought some uplifting to a lot of people.
After lunch we went to what is like a mini version of the giant drop, which was called Acrophobia, which Aaron knows these rides ...
By Anabelle Lee Macri Photography by Janie Bolles
McCaysville is a pleasant train ride from Blue Ridge, GA, aboard the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway. The train begins its journey at the historic Blue Ridge Depot, and winds its way along the Toccoa River to McCaysville, chartered in 1904 and located on the Georgia-Tennessee state line, adjacent to its twin city, ...
... had so much fun. We are having dinner in tonight: spaghetti, bread, pineapple and green beans. Trying to get a vegetable in! Everyone is enjoying the time together to play games and talk with the neighbors who are hanging out with us. It's been a great two days. Sunday we return to the first village we visited, which is one of the poorest in the area. We left the Bibles at home on our first visit and feel strongly that God has something amazing planned for ...