Before we left, we had a great visit with Son Jack up in Greensboro. We had coffee at Star bucks (Yeah he is cool), then to his office where he demonstrated the robbery he interrupted last week. He was not hurt, he ran back to his car, but by the time he got behind the truck it was too far ahead to get the license #. His company delivers the stuff ordered from online shipping/shopping. the lost ten large screen TV’s. OUCH!
(did not get a pic of Sherry, but there she is in the reflection behind Jack as she took the picture).
(Jack and I at lunch, I forget the place but they have square plates!)
Heading South from Belmont, NC we took I-85 this time, I love the highway in my picture window, but oh, what is this in the distance?
the famous Peach Water tower of Gaffney, SC. It is actually very pretty, but too realistic. It comes across to most viewers as a giant ‘rear end’. But I like rear ends, hahaha. When traveling with my dear departed sisters in law, Lennie and Colette, if they were getting in a van in front of me, I always warned “When I get too close to one of those things, I bite it!”
(I noticed I need new Windshield wipers)
But now we are in Lake Park, Georgia. The lake is Grassy Pond. This is our home for a week. Our Son Mark is with us. The last time I was here I bought license at the office. NO Longer. I had to do it over the internet, the only permit I could get was a three day one, so we will fish WED. THURS & FRI (I hope)
View of the small lake. My dear departed BIL Dick, said of this place, “Jack, this is the Bassiest” pond I have ever seen.” He proved correct. I am not a big fan of BAss for food, I prefer Perch or the Crappie (Both are the same family, in Floridathey are the ‘Speckled Perch’ or ‘Speck’ for short.
We are hoping for a good week here. When we get home A friend of Sticky’s will pave our new home-port.
But this is home for a week in Georgia.
Supposed to be 100 here today, could be hot. hahaha
Thanks for dropping by,
To make half a kilo of honey, bees must collect nectar from over 2 million individual flowers.
(Now I do not doubt that statistic, but who counted ?)
1906 Mason car.