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  • Marcia & Jack's house in Fayetteville, Tennesse, USA.
  • It's called the sun room for a reason!
  • Bird feeder just outside the window. On good days we saw hummungbirds there!
  • Just love breakfast the American way!
  • "The book" - Marcia made a book of things around the house, and when the kids found everything thye got a gift!
  • The kids' bedroom: Rex loved his little bed and Agnes loved the rocking chair.
  • Midnight. Or "mitt i natten" (kids' translation).
  • Play room (on the other hand, which room wasn't?)
  • Rex making Jell-O. Not sure he likes it...
  • In the garden.
  • Dinner bell is ringing!
  • Bird houses (and kids) in the garden.
  • Mud is always fun.
  • Rex picked a pepper!
  • Jack is taking care of his bees.
  • View from the house.
  • Finally! We found everything in "the book"!
  • We like our new shirts!
  • Marcia has the best recipe for bubbles!
  • There's even av pool table in the office!
  • Making music... or something...
  • A red cardinal in the garden.
  • There he is again.
  • Downtown Fayetteville.
  • The town square, with several beautiful antique shops.
  • And a coffee shop with home made ice-cream.
  • Tornado alarm. It went off while we were camping, so wel don't know how it sounds.
  • Some of the tornado damage.
  • Having fun at Wal-Mart.
  • With one Jack and one Daniel, we just had to go and visit the Jack Daniel's distillery.
  • Rocking chairs are fun. We must try each and every one.
  • Bruce - the guide - is showing us the spring.
  • More rocking chairs...
  • Jack Daniel's original office.
  • The producion facility. Once inside, we wer not allowed to take pictures. But we saw the whole process, from the spring of water to the bottling.
  • Ironically, this is a dry county, so there was no sampling. Just lemonade.
  • Lynchburg town centre.
  • Would the Lincoln take all our bags? Yes, it did! (Even after we got the two missing bags.)
  • Entertainment centre in the back.
  • The Lincoln was big, but the van was even bigger. Good for our camping trip!
  • Can you play go fish too many times? YES, if you ask daddy. NO, if you ask Agnes.
  • The nice people let us try their Harley Davidson!
  • Lunch stop.
  • Curt and Salina's house.
  • Zoe and Maya.
  • We're ALL ears when Granny reads Sam's cookie (Max kaka).
  • Cara's toys are the best.
  • Who IS this?
  • Must be related to this strange guy.
  • Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga.
  • More rocking chairs that have to be tried out.
  • "Touch tank" with sting rays. We even fed them wiht shrimp.
  • Waiting for the sharks.
  • Someone's inside the fish tank!
  • Now it's our turn to play in water!
  • Hunter Museum of Art.
  • To get there you have to cross the glass bridge.
  • Marcia is babysitting a sleeping Rex.
  • Ramada hotel in Chattanooga.
  • Best part: they had a swimming pool.
  • Lunch by a stream in the Great Smoky Mountains national park.
  • Lots of people visiting the national park in October.
  • Setting up the tents.
  • The back-up plan included a cabin...
  • Cooking supper.
  • Cara is a seasoned camper. Giraffe is pretty good, too.
  • Dessert: smores. For those of you who haven't tried this culinary dish, it's grilled marshmallows with chocolate and graham crackers.
  • Sleeping in a tent is fun! We're gonna make Mommy and Daddy take us camping all summer!
  • Rex was so proud of his own little back-pack.
  • We were sorry we didn't see any bears. Or should we be happy?!
  • Hiking the Grotto Falls trail.
  • Curt, Cara and Dog.
  • We made it! Agnes - with walking stick - is going behind the waterfall.
  • Lunch!
  • Dipping strawberries in marshmallow chocolate sauce isn't a bad lunch for hiking!!
  • Nap time.
  • Hooray! Water puddles!
  • Having artsy fun on a rainy morning.
  • Dinner and show - southern style.
  • After ordering from a boot menu...
  • ... the drinks came in boot mugs.
  • Rex and Cara go high-tech.
  • Good and fun country music.
  • Everybody is seated. Food is coming. The show can begin.
  • There were cowboys, indians, settlers, civil war battles, square dance, and more. You get it.
  • Well, thank you, Dolly!
  • The University of the South campus cathedral. Looks like Oxford, doesn't it?
  • The nearby playground was much more fun, if you ask Agnes.
  • The Templeton libraray...
  • ...from where you have this spectacular view.
  • Natural bridge, also in Sewanee.
  • Hunstville, Alabama, is all about rockets. Here we got to study them close-up.
  • A Saturn V, used for all the Apollo flights.
  • Moon landing vehicles.
  • Earth landing vehicle.
  • This is what the space station looks like.
  • A space shuttle and the rockets that make it lift.
  • Agnes tried the climbing wall. Was she good or what?!
  • The stores were filled with Halloween stuff. Here's the card section at Wal-Mart.
  • In preparation for Halloween, we painted our nails in orange and black, and put little ghost and pumpkin stickers on.
  • We also made candle holders.
  • Picking up the pumpkins.
  • Agnes's Halloween arrangement.
  • Then Salina threw us a Halloween party! She decorated the house accordingly. Agnes dressed up as a cowgirl.
  • Salina's family came for the party. Guess who's the ghost?
  • Two girls getting along!
  • Agnes on Curt's climbing wall.
  • Carving pumpkins.
  • This is just the cereals section...
  • Cotton field.
  • Daniel picked some cotton.
  • The hotter, the better, it seems.
  • Beautiful magnolia trees everywhere.
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