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Jul 10, 2010 - Let the Games Begin!
The big day his here, but first we had to have a real southern country breakfast. Janice, our hostess came out with our grits, scrambled eggs and bacon, biscuits with jam (actually a very light form of scone), juice and tea/coffee, The look on John's face to see this huge dollop of grits on the plate with his eggs and bacon was priceless. Grits is basically ground up corn (a little coarser than what we know as semolina) cooked with butter and salt and is used to complement the flavour of other food. Myself, I would have preferred it with...Jump to full entry
Sep 26, 2009 - Back to Traveling
From Scenic Mountain RV Park, in Milledgeville, Georgia, 80 miles SE of Atlanta. Now that I have sufficiently ridden the soap box, let’s get onto more fun stuff. Just as I began packing-up to leave Caney Creek, the rains began sprinkling again. By the time that I had finished, I was completely soaked. After a quick change of clothes, we were on the road, headed about 30 miles west on I-40 to Deer Run RV Resort in Crossville, Tennessee. Having had some thoughts at different times that we might be leaving Caney Creek before it was time to...Jump to full entry
Mar 10, 2007 - Miami e Orlando, alegria dupla!
Chegamos em Miami preparados para as últimas emoções da viagem. Aqui será o destino final do nosso roteiro. De volta ao calor, duas alegrias nos esperavam, o Ronny e minha mãe. O reencontro com o Ronny depois de mais de um ano foi espetacular, parecia que tínhamos nos visto ontem, a diferença era que o papo não parava e conversamos até as 3 da manhã. (as vezes a gente esquece que só a gente não tá trabalhando... Rs...). No dia seguinte, o cambaleante Ronny, também conhecido como Manolo, El King de Miami, mostrou que não perdeu a majestade e...Jump to full entry
Jan 7, 2006 - We have a HOME!!!!!
Today Annie and I were driving around the Northeast portion of the Atlanta area. Naturally we got lost. We looked at several new housing developments as well as some of the older houses. I found I really liked the Northeast area much better than the area we were in yesterday. The people in the Northeast seem more friendly and less okie. I like the area because it's close to Atlanta, yet it's county like. Lots of trees and streams and the people are laid-back. On today's journey Annie and I stumbled across Woodstock, Ga. We drove through...Jump to full entry
Sep 25, 2005 - ROAM Project in Adrian, GA
Working at the Nazarene Campground in Adrian, GA for the month of September, 2005. Lee and I are working alone so I helped him as he put up log siding on a building that used to be a barn, now converted to a game room for the kids. The first week was extremely hot...two showers a day just to keep working!! This week is cool with a cloud cover. Nice for a change.Jump to full entry