Posted by Goody Sandy on February 11, 2000 at 11:17:18:
In Reply to: Re: G2000 Lodgings posted by Jo on February 11, 2000 at 09:58:21:
: OH, Sandy! (Hello, Penny and Alma!)
: Where is your sense of adventure!!! You mean you don't want to drive the back roads of North Carolina *music from the soundtrack of Deliverence here* and have the "flying dogs" chase after your car (that's what we call the wild dogs at night), see the night life of Bat Cave at 2am; have yahoos pass you by in the thickest of fogs, and then be followed by the police for miles (what are those four girls doing driving a rental car with Georgia liscense plates at 1am??? Probably up to no good....)(Mary finally pulled into someone's drive way to lose him)(it worked)(or maybe he was in a hurry to get a donut).
: And of course, reading road maps when off the interstate is a challenge, when one can never tell what road one is on; as the state never lets you know what road you on and it's different on the map...And you give up all of this?????
: Actually, some very good ideas; thanks for the tips. Hendersonville looked like a very nice place to check out. We're at the Creekside cabins; so we'll have the no-doze after the movie....
: and her sisters
Tee, hee, hee. We’re game for an adventure, just not THAT kind of an adventure.
But seriously, I know what REALLY happens on those back country roads late at night -- I’ve seen “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” Extraterrestrial beings beam unsuspecting humans aboard their spaceship and conduct medical experiments on them. The extraterrestrials implant mind-controlling computer chips into the brains of their human captives and then force them to do weird things like dancing the cha-cha while hiking in the mountains. Come to think of it, I was hiking behind you and your “sisters” on the trail up to Table Rock at last year’s gathering and suddenly there was a flash of light from above, a strange humming sound and then the four of you started to cha-cha controllably.
Hmmm! I think I’m onto something here.
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