Sunday A Visitin'...
Trip Start Dec 24, 2010
159Trip End Jun 01, 2011
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Lynnie and I took a walk around the campground and noted that many of the folks, primarily tenters, had already departed. We found an empty site, number 67, that we just might move to, tomorrow. It depends on how the camp bureaucracy looks at the idea. Time will tell. I got a couple of shots of some interesting, IMHO, trees with mold patterns on the bark. They are, I believe, loblolly pines, a common pine in Georgia
In the afternoon, we drove to Canton, to visit with Lynnie's brother, Tim, Carol, his wife and the rest of the family. Of course, the center of attraction was Joshua, who recovered completely from his "fall". He spent over an hour on my lap and laughed, showing me that all is forgiven. We had dinner there, consisting of marinated chicken breasts, Lynnie's special potato salad, sweet potato salad, tossed green garden salad, Chinese Cabbage salad and pumpernickel rye bread. As usual, it was a fine feast. Nick, our nieces Stacey's husband, cooked the chicken over charcoal and did a fine job. We visited until after dark and then headed campward. (New word)
The phone has been having problems finding our location due to some sort of mystical GPS problem. Lynnie drove as a result, and I navigated. All of a sudden, the Hussy piped up and told us where to go! We did just that and made it home fine.
We had had some of our mail and supplies sent to Tim's house, so we gathered them up and took them home. They include data to get our taxes ready. This we will do this week, hopefully. You can leave home, but you cannot leave all of your obligations behind.
Thanks for the comments and emails. The phone calls are really appreciated. Makes us feel at home away from home.