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October 31, 2011

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Marsha

WOW...did we miss a great park. Love the write about the Trail of Tears. What a beautiful sculpture and chain saw carving. Put this on our list the next time we get to Red Bay.
Amazing about the Pillow Factory. It is so cool that they just took the pillow back, took out some filling and there you have it. Your own personal pillow maker. I also never knew there was such a thing as water pillows. How interesting, and I can see how it would help neck pain. Adjustable pillows...what will they think of next? I learned a ton today. Safe travels.

Marcy Milligan

Really enjoying your posts! Thanks and keep em coming...

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