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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Beautiful morning started off with the boys fishing while we were getting ready to leave Kentucky. We saw many horse farms in the rolling hills through the countryside. Jesse and I took a selfie..... Lol... We do look alike when I have no makeup on! Then the 7 hour drive to the Great Smoky National park. The boys were defiantly getting wrestless and began teasing and fighting a bit. Rich and I had our patience worn but we ...
... to eat often and Ashley struggled with her. After 15-20 mins, the owner took action and brought Ashley up and tethered her horse to his. She enjoyed the rest of her ride and his prompt action prevented her frustration.
Then headed back to our cabin for lunch and to meet up with the Lys. After lunch, we were off to Robbinsville to rent a motorcycle.It worked out great. Will drove our van and trailed behind the motorcycle. Everyone took a turn clutching ...
... We ended up paying for Will and myself and the kids helped. So we had 4 buckets between us. Had to dig our own dirt from a little "tunnel". Apparently, this was all native dirt, meaning no gems had been planted here to allow for instant gratification.
Took us about an hour to go through a bucket each, which was plenty of time for me. Only Matt wanted to do more - the rest of us were pretty tired - ...
... several days) to empty. Our little latex gloves seemed useless as we struggled getting two hoses to attach to each other. We did the "ask a man"thing yet again and he got them to attach. Despite this, one end of the hose somehow got away from me and spewed the most foul stuff at my feet. The guy who owns the place hadn't turned on any of the fresh water spigots, so we couldn't do much to clean.
Finally, Betsy said “Deb, ...
... COMMUNITIES, EACH FAMILY LIVED THERE
DAILY LIVES; CONTRIBUTING TO THEIR TRIBE,
MEN TEACHING THE YOUNG BOYS, WOMEN
TEACHING THE YOUNG CHILDREN (EDUCATION),
FOOD FOR THEIR FAMILIES (FARMING), BOATS,
ANIMALS, (TRANSPORTATION). BOWS AND
ARROWS, KNIVES,( PROTECTION). CLOTHING,
SHOES,MEDICINES, (PRESERVATION). THEY
WERE A PEOPLE OF CULTURE; INSTRUMENTS