This is where I ended up. I saw a billboard on the highway for this exhibit. It was if Russian icons and some Faberge pieces. They had a small egg pendant, not one of the large ones. It was a beautiful exhibit.
Then this museum was next door.
So of course I had to go in and see the Wyeth exhibit. I also saw some wonderful SC paintings.
I found a place called the Pita House. When I got there the line was to the door. I got the Vegetable plate. I think that this is some of the best hummus that I have ever had.
So what was next...
A cross stitch store.. Panda's Crossing in Maudlin, SC. It is more of a bead store but had an excellent cross stitch store too. The salesperson was knowledgeable and very helpful.
This is why I piled up. I guess I was in a good mood, look at all those sweet spring colors.
So, after my retail therapy session I hopped in the car and headed back to the rally in Callison, SC. I had just turned onto 67 which is this long back road that you drive 5mph plus on. When I saw something in the road. And then it moved. I thought it was a puppy someone had dumped. So I whip my car around. Scoop that puppy up and head the final 10 miles down the road back to the rally.
Here's the little guy and he's not a puppy....he's a baby gray fox. So now what?
Fortunately the people hosting the rally got hold of someone last night who does animal rescue and she is taking care of him. When I find out more I will update you.
The rally caravan went out to Troy, SC for dinner at a place called the Hash House. This little crossroads has no cell reception or anything.
After that Rich and I went to the drive in to see The Hunger Games.
It rained some but we had a good time.
Are you tired yet?
I don't think today is going to be as crazy.
Have a great weekend friends!
I will catch up on my blog reading and comments when I get home.
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