- Feb 11, 2005
- Reaction score
- northern Nebraska Sandhills
Driving by Kansas City
Too much traffic
That truck sure looks long.
Bright lights, big city. 804 miles from home we stopped for the night just east of St. Louis.
Traffic in the Tennessee hills
Warm-up show for the Dixie Stampede night show and supper
Our supper server. The meal consisted entirely of "finger food," with no silverware even available. The menu was soup in a cup,
a biscuit, a cooked Cornish hen, slab of pork, corn-on-the-cob, and an apple turnover for dessert.
They requested that we not take pictures, so this was my last one for the night. :?
The Smokey Mountains
Kind of pretty country
Foggy "smoke" is how they got their name
Finding our little kid
Quite happy to see each other
My two most favorite ladies
In the courtyard at the college
Sunflower with the two ladies at the bakery where she worked. All three of these ladies are very talented in making decorative
and festive cakes for any occasion.
Sunflower at her 25th birthday party on June 10th. The young lady in blue also celebrated her 25th birthday on the same day.
Both gals were born at 10 a.m., but since the girl in blue was born in Eastern time, she is two hours older than Sunflower,
who was born on Mountain time.
Our server graciously joined the group for a photo.
And then he took this picture.
Sushi for the ladies
And more realistic food for myself :wink:
Group photo of the graduates
Showing off her signed diploma
Two pretty girls
The guy in the middle is a displaced country hick trying to look cool, sophisticated, and non-chalant. Regretfully this ploy didn't work. :?
Celebration supper after the graduation