Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Posted by Hank and Lillie at 5:19 PM
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Talking about a little spooky, we are parked in downtown Chattanooga, next to I-24 (on right of picture) and in the back, a housing unit. We are waiting on a part to be delivered from Canada tomorrow and hopefully hit the road Monday afternoon or Tuesday morning.
Posted by Hank and Lillie at 11:03 AM
Sunday, August 21, 2011
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Sunday we returned back to Cumming to move Mom to another unit for dementia patients. We had a good laugh, at Hank's expense as my Mom chased the handsome man around the patio area. He had to finally leave, lol.
Posted by Hank and Lillie at 8:13 PM
Friday, August 12, 2011
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Monday, August 8, 2011
When we arrived, Hank and I immediately decided to go walk the beach. We saw no oil...or any problems that would be related to oil rig explosion. Only thing, people, people everywhere. The beach was so crowded. Maybe because it is Weekend! We hope so! This was only spot to get a pictures without a ton of kids, lol.
Posted by Hank and Lillie at 6:43 AM
Sunday, August 7, 2011
Yesterday, Hank and I finally got to stop by the Legacy Museum in Lagrange, Georgia. Hank's great-grandfather was very famous in this little town and the Civil War. He was a photographer during the war. Right before we sold the house, we found in the attic a real treasure. It was a homemade box with ledgers, journals, pictures, diaries, and medals of his great-grandfather Julius Lindsay Schaub. We took this items to donate to the museum. They were so excited. The medal, in the original box was worth a fortune, he said. They didn't have one in the museum like it. Anyway, he said it would be on display very soon to stop by again. Schaub pictures are all over town he said from the early 1800's. How cool is that?
Posted by Hank and Lillie at 10:33 AM
I was so excited that Katherine came to spend the night before we departed yesterday. We had a really nice visit. I made a great pot of vegetable soup from all Aunt Beckys' veggies like squash, eggplant, tomatoes, okra, beans etc...it was awesome with some cornbread.
Posted by Hank and Lillie at 10:26 AM