Thursday, October 16, 2008

Hiking, Music & Dexter!

Hello everybody! Isn't this view just gorgeous! Yesterday we went on a hike up the "Art Loeb Trail" to the top of a mountain with our friends, Tom & Sandi. It was the perfect day! Not a cloud in the sky, an ever so slight breeze and temperature of 78. We stopped at the top and had a glass of wine and some cheese. It was awesome. Look how tiny Tom & Sandi are in this picture! You'll have to click on the picture to make it large enough to see them....And it was so funny! A couple of weeks ago we had told Tom & Sandi about "Dexter" and how much we loved the show! We had watched the first season on regular TV last year and then found out the second season would be on "Showtime". Well, we don't watch that much TV to justify paying for Showtime just to see Dexter! So, I bought the second season on DVD and we've been watching it. If you've never seen it before, you really should ~ it's awesome! So anyway, we are 1/2 way up the mountain and all of a sudden Tom blurts out "oh, we've been watching Dexter, like you told us about and we love it". Well he said it really loud and voices carry when you are out on the mountains, so these two women were way up on top of the mountain and you could barely even see them and they holler "we love Dexter". We just cracked up laughing! And then there was this lady up there hiking with her little dog ~ it was hilarious! We finished the afternoon with a great dinner @ "The Pisgah Inn" and then we headed over to the "Duck Pond Pottery Shop" for the last "Duck Pond @ Dusk" for the season......and Jack stole the show with his awesome drumming abilities ~ that kid is amazing! He was playing with both hands and playing the drum & the symbols. So all in all, it was a perfect day!

Happy Thursday! ♥ & peace always ~ KathyI even saw "The Dolly Llama" ~ seriously, there is a farm right down the road from us and they have about 7 or 8 Llamas. This one came right up to the fence so I could take her picture :)

"The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of young minds for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards." ~ Anatole France (1844 - 1924)


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