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This morning we were up early and ready to go by shortly after 8 a.m., which is astounding based on how tired we have been getting each day. No free breakfast today at the hotel so we just jumped in the car and headed out figuring that we would see a fast food place with breakfast before too long. Except that the only ones we saw weren’t open for breakfast. We must have gone for an hour before finding one. I had French toast sticks and coffee and Judy had a ham omelet sandwich.
“If you want to locate in the prettiest, the wealthiest, the cleanest, the healthiest, the most progressive and the most cultured town in the south, come to
We got several pictures, not only of old homes and other buildings but of even a large wooden piece of artwork called “The Cherokee Chieftain”, sculpted by Peter Toth located in
Then we looked for a spot called the Cross-eyed Cricket Grist Mill only to find that it is no long open and the area has turned to an RV park. I got a couple of pictures anyway.