I have a feeling they don’t get many visitors here because they keep asking me to stay a few more days. I don’t mind staying a few extra days because I really needed to sit still and not have my bike and trailer attached to me for at least a couple of days.

I’ll admit it is taking some getting used to, leaving my bike at the tent and walking down the street. While at the library, I will think, I’ll just run outside and have some lunch real quick, then realize I don’t have my bike with me.

I took a couple of pictures of downtown Tabor City. There isn’t much to say about it, except its a city that is in transition. They want to keep downtown as a historic district and build new all around it.

I went to breakfast at Mama’s restaurant the day I took these photos. It wasn’t too bad, but I wouldn’t be able to afford to eat there often.

There were a couple of beautiful sunrises, one foggy one clear.

The weekend brought many fishers out and I heard there were lots of speckled perch, brim and a few bass caught.

There is a group of old men that sit around in front of the bait shop each day and just talk about stuff. Other than that life here is very slow and quiet.

My newest visitor is a daddy long legs.

He sat there in that same spot for a few days, but it appears he has gone away now. The only visitors I had last night were ants. They were aggrevating! I finally found what it was they were after – a box of raisins.

The featured image is a thank you that I made for Aaron. Something simple, but cute. I had a lot of trouble making it because my saw blade seemed dull, my x-acto blade seemed dull, I was out of sanding paper and my Dremel battery died. But I think it came out ok.

Not very much exciting to say, I know. But that is pretty much how it is here. Most everyone here goes to Myrtle Beach for their excitement and to Whiteville to do their shopping.

That’s all for now.

Today’s tidbit: It is okay to SMILE!

Published by Cynthia Forner

A simple child of God trying to make life easier for everyone to enjoy

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