Thursday night, we had spaghetti & meatballs homemade in the campsite in High Falls, GA. Michelle did not want to get sauce on her favorite sweatshirt. I suggested that she take it off , but it was a little cold that night where we were, so she did the “bib thing”. I told her that it was cute, and you can tell how excited she was that I took the pic to share with everyone. [Due to technical difficulties that occurred while Steve was away from his computer, said picture has been replaced with a more flattering one]
Since it was raining & crappy weather we not only could not go out, but there was NO internet connection, and not even a signal for the phone to connect the hotspot. You really do not know how connected we all are, until you cannot connect. Since the beast does not have TV yet, we were left to read and talk, and enjoy each others company… It was a very enjoyable time. We left relatively early, so we did not get a chance to check out the falls, but from what I saw, they were awesome.
Tybee Island, GA. The 4th stop in our maiden “Magical Mystery Tour” trip for business… “The BEAST” as we have so affectionately named her has performed almost flawlessly… which has been better than I expected. No major problems, and I expect it to continue for the final 250+/- miles back to Bunnell, FL.
Cousin Jen suggested that we go to the “crab shack” on Tybee Island for dinner. Similar to the crab shack near us in St. Augustine. Had the sampler platter, and have not met a crab leg, a boiled shrimp, or a “mud bug” that I did not like. I also have not met one that I could not finish! Here is a before and after photo of me wrecking the platter. Michelle does not eat seafood, so it was all on my own!
Fortunately, seafood does not have a lot of calories (that is what I tell myself anyway) so eating a platter like this is good for me. The sausage prob was not the healthiest, but I save most of it for the dog.
I have another update to send later today.
Enjoy your day!