Sunday, July 22, 2012

Sunday in paradise...

It is foggy here, so have a look at a pond at Dollywood:



And a view of the inside of Dolly's retired Prevost tour bus:



Dolly did the cooking on the road! Look carefully at the next section where there are 3 bunks on the right. Across from them is a potty before getting to Dolly's private area.

Here is her bedroom:




It was a very quick tour, since the line to go inside was getting quite long. Joan and I enjoyed it without the guys.

So that is your tour. I am enjoying today's final Tour de France, happy to see sunshine in France. And trusting son Brian will be safe and have fun on his mountain bike race today.

MM and I have a cultural outing planned. Life is good, y'all!

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7 comments:

Sandee said...

Glad you showed us some sunshine instead of the fog. We get lots of fog here in the winter. Makes driving difficult to say the least.

Can't wait to hear about your cultural outing.

Have a terrific day honey. Big hugs. :)

Cinderella said...

Sandy,
I am really worried about Bee. She hasn't posted in aweek, and that is TOTALLY unlike her. Have you heard from her? Do you have a way to contact one of her children and check on her? Please let me know.
Thanks,

Barb and TheDailyGs said...

I already had a cultural outing. I went grocery shopping... right after church let out. Oy.

Dolly's retired coach still looks pretty comfy!

Enjoy your day! big hugs xoxo

Jean(ie) said...

Cinderella, Bee is fine.

I bet that was cool seeing the bus. I
d be so into that. I'm so nosy...

ivana said...

Ciao Sandy!
Now I know Dollywood, I watched at Wikipedia! Thanks!
The whole afternoon here was a quite sport event: Formula 1 and Tour de France...you can image where G. Was and where I was!
We didn't go out, awflly windy, last night only a bit of rain, but the temps are much better!

Have a serene afternoon!

Big hugs!

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

thanks for showing dolly's coach. i never saw it but i did tour the oakridge boys coach in pigeon forge!

smiles, bee
xoxoxoxoxo

silverthoughts2 said...

Quite an interesting fact that she did the cooking while on tour. Nowadays, a lot of musicians hire chefs to travel with them on tour.