On a smaller scale, my little finger is fine. I removed my own stitches yesterday. Debbie freaked some. I recall some comments about sanitation? I had an appointment back in Charleston but I didn't want to drive 5 hours each way for a 2 minute appointment. Ardi, our retired RN friend, tells me the finger looks good.
So, we (I) worked Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. I spent the first half of Thursday cutting grass. We are required to cut the grass around our campsite. It's not a large area but once I got started I decided to cut everyone's space. That took me a couple hours. Then I spent the remainder of my day cleaning the outside of the camper. It's a BIG box! One of the great challenges of cleaning a camper is the dreaded black streaks. As rainwater runs off the roof and down the sides it often leaves black streaks. Their removal requires mega elbow grease. The finish product looks good and I don't have to do it too often. YEA!!
Friday we played. We went to Chimney Rock State Park. It was privately owned until the last couple of years. The park is adjacent to Lake Lure.
|View of Lake Lure from Chimney Rock|
|How could we resist these faces?|
The primary focus of Chimney Rock is, act surprised, a LARGE rock. The park also includes hiking trails a waterfall and impressive shear cliffs.
|Duane and the Boys on one of the Chimney Rock Trails|