Innkeeper - Danville West
Travel Blogs from Danville
... food. Even the fried rice was like Chinese. It was really tasty though.
After dinner, Jeff got on youtube and we were listening to a whole lot of artists that I had not heard of which I enjoyed. I have gotten to know a lot of songs and artists that I will be downloading when I get home.
Looking forward to the concert at the Crossing tomorrow night.
... hard and because everything is so dry here at the moment, it was just running off the top. The road had a lot of water on it.
Damn video has loaded the wrong way again. Cant seem to fix it so you will have to turn sideways to watch.
There was a special on tv on the history of The Eagles so I sat up to watch it. I think its only the 2nd time I have watched tv the whole time I have been away.
Wrapped up a box full of stuff to send home coz my case is way too full. I called FedEx first to see how much it would be. I nearly died when they said they wanted $362 for a box that wasn't much bigger than a box that holds 6 reams of A4 paper and only weighed no more than 8kg.
Jeff & I went to the post office and they wanted $117.80 which was a lot less but still a whole lot more than I expected. Gonna have to rethink this. An extra checked ...
... house is at the end of a very quiet street and is red cedar. When she and her husband, J.R. built it, they were the only ones in the street. They built it with only one bedroom so that her kids couldn't move back once they had left. Brilliant idea I reckon.
We then went to visit J.R. at his outdoor clothing shop in Danville. He was saying that business ...
... I was going. All the kids there were having a great time, and plenty of them were swimming in the little pools and under the waterfall.
All the way along the trails is this beautiful bush with a pale pink flower called a Mountain Laurel. I fell in love with it. Such a shame I can't take a cutting home with me.
After our picnic of pimento cheese, cream ...