Talbot Heirs Guesthouse
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The camp host is a crusty old man from the woods. He rides his cart around the campground accompanied by his dog. He and Harley met and seemed to get along fine. He has lived here at the campground for 25 years and has been the host for the past six. Nice guy.
Anyway back to the story. We backed in to site #3 and got the water and electrical hooked up and sat outside since it was warm and stuffy in the coach. The dash A/C ...
... where we visited every classroom. It was awesome, each class sung us a different song. The oldest group (grade 6-8. Schooling finishes at grade 8 =NZ y9=13 years old) were amazing, their classroom was arranged so they sat according to whether they were soprano, alto, tenor or bass. They sight read the music, were unaccompanied and the teacher just gave them the starting note. From there we picked up Sharon and Kris and went out for breakfast. Kris then showed us ...
... That might have been in Arkansas, not sure. I've never seen a huge Penecostal church. We also saw a guy driving a Jeep Cherokee with no doors smoking a cigar. Random I know, but he looked kinda funny.
We went by Whataburger for lunch. Tyler loved them in Texas. There's one in Fernandina, but it's not the same. I got a burger with jalapenos and avocado. I couldn't finish it, but it was really good.
Today was a really ...
Weather reports indicated that Memphis was in the path of an ice storm - threats of power outages due to 1/2+" of ice. We sought provisions (peanut *************ers, etc). Best be prepared should our hotel and surrounding restaurants be stricken with a power outage.
Stay tuned to what happened after we snuggled in at the Fairfield Inn.
... only met these people and have already spent long days and nights with them, but I have experienced a good part of the United States. Finger lakes was very green, and very scenic as you could probably imagine. It consists of 4 large lakes that stretch from one another, which kind of look like the palm of your hand with your fingers stretching out. When we arrived at the campsite, it was a sweltering 88 degrees, so we went out after pitching our tents ...