Artists' Loft Bed and Breakfast - Big Cat Cabin, Strawberry Hill Cabin
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... have afternoon tea, yes afternoon tea, home made cookies & scones with cream & jam. After a small break to digest our food we headed out to eat, but by 8.30 the town was deserted & everything started to close. For me it had connotations of American werewolf in London! But we bought some drinks from the liquor store & headed to our b&b where we chatted to the other guests before heading to our Victorian beds to ...
... and no shortage here
Visit the Arctic Circle, pan for gold and are told ancient lore
10 wheels a rolling as we head south
The Cassier Highway winds and resources abound
Timber and water and jade on the ground
We finally arrive in an American town
Our trip to Alaska was a wonderful thing
One I will always remember for the beauty we've seen
One to remember and write a poem about
Tingles at Tuttle Creek
... and headed back to the house. We made a stop at Soapy Joes to get the car washed. We managed to get that done with quite a bit of elbow grease to get rid of 3 months of bugs of the front of the car. Those Tennessee critters were tough. Dave the attendant's first question to me was enquiring as to whether I came from Jhb or Cape Town - clearly used to the accent in the neck of the world. Final ...
Today, I went to a travel health clinic and got a Yellow Fever vaccine. For a tidy $175 ($125 for the shot itself and $50 for the 'consultation'), one can receive a vaccine against Yellow Fever, which is supposedly good for like ten years or something, as well as a pretty little Band-Aid. That cost also pays for a little pep talk from a Filipino lady in a lab coat on all the various ways you can die along your trip.
Today I ...
If all goes as planned, I should be south of the equator in a little over one week's time. I am beginning to feel the jitters, which I haven't felt in quite some time. The reason I can tell is that I am starting to fret over petty little things that aren't worth worrying about, like vaccines and the local languages. Then again, maybe those are causes for concern...