Friday, November 10, 2006

Vacation Time

It's not much, but it's time to hit the road. I had planned on hitting the road back in October, but I had to have surgery and spent my vaction recovering. But, now I have a few days and am going to spend it out of computer range (at least for the most part).

I am soon leaving for Charlotte to visit a high school buddy and then, it's on to Atlanta for a couple of days. So, I probably will not be blogging much, over the next few days.

Feel free to peruse the archives and if you have comments on anything that I have posted in the past, feel free to post your comments in the comment section of this post and I will respond to them, when I return. I will also analyze the election more in depth, when I return. So, look for that in the next week or so.

I will say that I have the best readers and the best commenters on the planet; and I wholeheartedly look forward to returning and posting more thought provoking material, soon. Again, many thanks for reading PYY. Have a great weekend, where ever you may be.

3 comments:

A.C. McCloud said...

Have a good trip, be safe, and be sure to order plenty of grits and sweet tea!

L'Amerloque said...

Hi LASunsett !

Travel safely, have a good vacation and read you soon, as the French say. (smile)

Best,
L'Amerloque

LASunsett said...

Thanks AC and Amerloque,

It was a whirlwind tour. We hit six states and logged over 1400 miles. The mountains in eastern North Carolina were the best part as far as scenery is concerned. The fall colors were peaking.

As far as cuisine is concerned, we ate at chains that do not exist where I live, except for a place called Puleos Grille in Knoxville and a pub called The Spotted Dog (an old firehouse converted) in downtown Atlanta. I ate grits once, but didn't get the chance to eat any greens or pot likker.

It was a lot of fun, but I am tired and will have to go back to work tomorrow, to get some rest. ;)