Anyways, we traveled to Tennessee to visit family for Thanksgiving. Chris and Arlene were wonderful hosts. We had turkey and stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, bread, and cranberry sauce. I know I ate like a king.
Since we had driven the 5+ hours, we weren't up for much after Thanksgiving lunch/dinner/supper (is it lupper or dunch?), which made for a nice and relaxing evening. I was tired enough that I couldn't hang for the first half of the Green Bay game, which looks like it saved me from some disappointment.
The next morning the kids helped to make breakfast. Chris, Arlene, Catherine, and I lingered over dishes chatting for a good while. We then went out to lunch, and then walked State street, walking on the Virginia side on the way out and the Tennessee side on the way back.
We saw this cool country music statue along the way. From there, Chris and I sampled a couple local brews, which was nice.
The kids both had a great time playing basketball at Chris and Arlene's. So much so, that Catherine found a great deal on a portable rim, and we now have it up in the driveway. Have a great day!