Sometimes writing this blog is hard – there isn’t a single thing I want to say, but rather a hundred thoughts and memories struggling to get out. What ends up happening is I forget some of them.
Mostly it comes down to sorting through photos and laughing about when they were taken, or where we were. For example this is Don’s photographic prime example of inflation:
Here is one of the best photos I have seen of Cape Foulweather…
Another odd fact you may not know – although I hear our kids groaning now – is that we play Yahtzee – a LOT. Almost every evening a round of 6 – which is a game card. And I keep the scores for a season to tally up the “best” player. Usually Don wins but only marginally (as is proven in our “records”)
So back to the last days of our trip. We settled in Farragut State Park and enjoyed the sites, but did not enjoy having to put heavy coats on just to go walking! But such is our plight…
Itching to be home and get into a routine of not having a routine, so talk to you from Canada next!
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