Motel 6 Burlington
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... s a lot to be said for taking a vacation -- or holiday, the more civilized term I prefer -- and not end up fatigued and spent at the end of the time away, especially on a fairly long trip like this one. I want Will to enjoy -- and be enjoyable -- as much as possible. So he can appreciate as much New as possible. Hooray for our time out. And for a host who is like family who rolls with our punches.
As Scarlett said, tomorrow is another day. We'll be ripe and ready for it.
... 12, hello 13, hello love - or at least a passing fancy.
It was that kind of day for us road warriors. Unexpected moments mixed in with the business of traveling. A quick jaunt to Savannah -- a city none of us had visited before -- was both lively and wet our whistle for a longer visit during a less hot time of year. The forecast high for today was 97. Hell might be the only place hotter -- but it's a dry heat there. Oy. Fascinating place, even through the car ...
... I do.
Next was the AT&T store to add a few more days to my phone plan as it expires on the 21st and I need the phone till the 28th. She told me to get a $2 a day plan and pay for it now but I have to call them on the 21st to change it over. She couldn't just change it there and then. Some things are never easy.
Regina decided we needed dessert, so we went to a place called ...
The view of the back of the bridge isn't nearly so nice as they have permanent chairs set up for their night time light display.
The little stream from the waterfall is very pretty though. There is lots of minnows in the water and a few tiny yellow bream but nothing worth catching.
We left around 2:30 and saw this lookout on the side of the ...
... We missed it all though. As we were heading back to Gail's house, the heavens opened up and it started raining really heavily. By the time we got home, the lightning and thunder had started.
Kay left once the rain stopped and I started packing the box. Thankfully, all the stuff has fitted in but it will probably cost the national debt to send it home as it is now heavier than what I ...