Hub and I left Friday evening for Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. For once, no agenda....just do what we what and when we want.
It drizzled most of the way...a light rain drizzle. Holy Smoke---when we were less that 15 minutes away, I looked out the window and saw hail! There were patches of hail, I would say at least an inch think in the parking lots and on the sidewalk. Quickly, I rolled down the window and stuck my hand out and the air was a little cooler than I had expected. While we were checking in to the condo, I asked about the hail...I was still in disbelief. The nice gentleman told me they had experienced a hail storm about an hour ago. Oh my...I had seen the after effects...
Since it was a little late when we arrived, hub and I opted to just munch on some snacks instead of a heavy meal. We walked to the area with the fire pit and just sat around and munched on cheese/crackers, olives, chips, and our beverages.
Saturday was a perfect day...not too hot or too cold. After breakfast, we headed toward Tanger to walk off our breakfast...at least this is what I told hub we needed to do. Hub didn't mind going...thanks to the weather!
After Tanger, we ventured to the Island...had a few samples of wine...bought a few bottles and headed back to the condo.
It was such a lovely evening we sat outside on the picnic table taking in the last few rays of sunshine. An older couple came by from Ohio and we enjoyed a nice conversation with them.It turned out this nice couple had an aunt who had stayed at our local campground. I enjoy staying at this particular place...family oriented, and we always meet some nice people and have great conversations. It is a small world. Later, we went out to dinner. I noticed it was more crowded than usual...so I asked what was going on. There was a woman's convention...Women of Joy...10,000 women were in town! I told hub he had better be good...he was in the minority.
We have been promising daughter we would attend a baseball game...the guy she is seeing is a coach and his son plays. On Sunday, we drove to watch the game. It was hot...I know I shouldn't complain..but I was burning up....the sweat was rolling down my neck. The heat did not bother these little guys ( 8 and under). They played well and took second place. Shew, I don't know how they play in the hot sun.
An enjoyable weekend....with no agenda...Yes, I could do this again.