During the last few weeks, we have been busy doing different things, going different places. We had some really special days.
On Saturday, we had a yard (but mostly an inside-the-cabin) sale since it was rather cool.
We did really well for this time of year. We met some nice people, and we also reconnected with others that had been to our previous yard sales.
Another day, we enjoyed the warm fall sunshine on the pretty Virginia Creeper Trail which starts in Abingdon.
Yet another time, we met Mike and Betty at the Muster Grounds in Abingdon where we walked and enjoyed the beautiful scenery. It is a Revolutionary War site.
After the Muster Grounds, we enjoyed a delicious lunch at Luke's Cafe in Abingdon.
Greg and I had been working pretty hard on our semi-fixer-upper house and our business projects, so we decided to take a bigger break and go on a little trip to the beautiful Kodak/Sevierville/Pigeon Forge part of East Tennessee
Our first stop was the Great Smokies Flea Market in Kodak.
While there, we saw something really cute in one of the booths, Sugar Glider Alley-
It was a sugar glider!
This little fellow can be yours for $300.00. I'd save up my money and get one, but I don't think that would be very wise since we already have two cats.
Lunch was next on the agenda.