Scottish Inns Calhoun
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Since Monday, we've kept busy, walking each morning at a track behind the YMCA. It's about .8 of a mile. We're walking just over three miles, there, around and back to the Days Inn. We've met lots of friendly folks here. Most are amazed that we are from so far away and some aren't even sure where Montana is. I'm wondering myself, at this point.
Lynn made the pasties one night and then made here famous meat loaf ...
... Grill and had a good meal. Not much exercise this trip, so the "baggage" is increasing... We'll deal with that when we get back home to Helena.
We'll go to dinner and then hang out this evening at the motel. Tomorrow we'll go back to Lynn's brothers and spend the afternoon and have dinner again. It's been good for them and us both.
The photos of the trip today are at www.flicker.com/photos/ralphieboyo.
... arrived in Canton, where Lynn's brother, Tim, lives after another Wild Goose Chase finding a Walmart where we could get another GPS...thanks to a friendly salesman at a convenient store sharing his phone info we finally made it. There's nothing like a pencil and paper to do the job right!
We sat in the Parking Lot and programmed the device to get us to our next destination...Voila, it worked!
Theme for the day: Everyone calm down!! It was epic just to get on the road today. Most of the packing was done last night and we just had to load this morning. Yeah, things are never that simple. I thought we could be off by 7:30 but it was more like 10:00. We stopped at the hospital and said goodbye to Ralph and headed down the road. We made it to my Dad's tonight. We all ate dinner and ...
Yesterday we stopped at a great Country Store called Carrol's Country Store, just north of Tifton, GA. It reminded me of a Cracker Barrel like atmosphere. It was packed with all sorts of jams, preserves, jellies and salsas and just about anything you can make with fruit and keep in a jar. It also specialized in country meats so there were globs of various sausages, chops, steaks, burgers, ham and ribs. We had ...