Posted by Pilgrim Penny on February 11, 2000 at 11:27:45:
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
Didn't all that happen on the way home from Lake James on that Friday night?! I seem to remember you all talking about that the next day. We didn't have quite that level of ,um, excitement going back to CRP that night, but we did get kinda lost and then got trapped in a McDonalds from hell for, like, a half an hour in the drive-thru before we pulled out of line and decided to starve instead (I'm sure the English Trader remembers that all too well, too!). That was a LOOOOONG night! I wonder if there is any way we can get NC to mark their roads and have maps that coincide?! How novel....But what memories, huh?! :-)....PP
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