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Back at the cabin

Monday, September 10, 2012

We finally made it back up to the little cabin in the mountains and hope to be here through mid-October. We left Florida with morning temperatures averaging in the mid 70's and highs in the 90's. This morning we are a beautiful, crisp 54 degrees and no humidity to speak of.

Who could ask for anything more???

Me, that's who! I started feeling the beginnings of a cold last night and this morning my head weighs a ton, my throat is scratchy and my nose is runny. I so wanted to go down and do the river walk today but think I had better wait a day or two and get my body back up to speed.
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  • CHINAGAL
    Reading about your cabin always makes me a little jealous. Hubby and I are talking about buying a cabin or a little land - probably around Warm Springs, GA. We'd love to get into the mountains but are worried if we go too far away we won't actually use it. We live on a farm so we can't really be away for extended periods of time - too much to take care of here.
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    Edna
    1546 days ago
  • AQUAGIRL08
    You are wise to listen to your body. I hope you are feeling better soon so you can enjoy the time at your cabin!
    1548 days ago
  • YIGOBUTTERFLY
    Be careful! I prefer the mid 70 temps.

    Jane
    1549 days ago
  • SLENDERELLA61
    Bummer about the cold, Donna. Take care and get well. Hope you can enjoy the glorious weather and scenery now and closer up after you are healed. -Marsha
    1549 days ago
  • MARCIAC10
    Maybe it's allergies instead of a cold. Pollen counts are very high in some areas of the country right now.
    1549 days ago
  • PHATPAT18
    Listen to your body. It will tell you when you can resume your activities.
    1549 days ago
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