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Okay... ****** sleep aside, we're up and out this morning as we've only got until around 3pm in the city before we can collect our car for the [roughly] four hour drive to the mountains. Luckily, we are allowed to store our bags in the under-storage compartments of the tour bus, and we can just come back to collect them once we've picked our car up. That solved that dilemma :)
A quick ...
... song and told a few very good gags. The best one was that he went to the docs complaining of deafness. The doctor examined him and told him there was a suppository in his ear. Jimmy quipped,"Aw, now I reckon I know what I done with my hearing aid." Boom boom We got a free Holiday Inn shuttle there and back and sat in the local honky tonk for a few beers after. Some Americans here in the Bible Belt wish us a blessed day when they salute us, Well readers I've had ...
... visit a Cracker Barrel again. As she paid her bill she, once again, carried on a conversation with the woman at the cash register. When we pulled away in the car she told me about the conversation and I was curious how such a long dialogue could be exchanged in such a short amount of time, which was now Jessica’s new ability. A few drops of rain sprinkled down and we beat the heavier shower to the hotel. I found a new parking spot across from the entrance and with a working key to our room we called it a ...
... and move on. But on one stop we decided to hike down to Jackson Falls (named after Andrew Jackson). Notice I said hike DOWN. The hike back up about undid these two senior citizens.
We did stop and take a small hike to the graves of 13 Confederate soldiers. It was surreal to me knowing that right where we were standing the Civil ...
May 8, 2014, Thursday, Tony and I went to Peg Leg Porker while waiting on the Registration Event for YSB...we had lunch earlier but OMG..the aromas at this restaurant is AMAZING..