We're headed to West Virginia next month to visit B's dad. We're planning our super fantastic road trip route, and while our drive up to the middle of nowhere should be over in 13-14 hours of straight driving, we're going to meander a bit on the way back. Anyone have any suggestions on places in WV, NC, SC or N. GA that are must do/see's? Um, anything yarn/fiber related is obviously much appreciated, but we're both big history buffs, and love art & music, so anything relating to that type of stuff would be welcomed as well.
Nina's been working some crazy hours leading up to the election, so we've had Cricket for the past week. B and I spent hours playing fetch with both dogs this week to try and wear them out so we could get some sleep.
I've got knitting pictures on the way, but let me leave you with this story: Today we went to Target to buy some household items. On the way out, B saw the skintight metallic leggings in the juniors department. He picked up a pair and said "Can you imagine if I wore these to work as part of a costume on Halloween? I could totally go as a 70's glam rocker, like David Bowie in the Ziggy Stardust days."
Now, the fatal mistake I made was saying, "You would NOT. You are kidding, you'd never fit into/wear those."
Less than a minute later, he was paying for them.
Of course, he had to try them on.
I hope I haven't scarred anyone for life.