Museum of Appalachia, Clinton, Tennessee
We were able to visit the Museum of Appalachia last week. It is located about 30 miles away from our home. We last visited it during the spring of 2013 with some out-of-town friends, but I left the camera at home during that jaunt. We had a lovely time and wore ourselves out in a few hours, and then we had a delightful country-style lunch on the premises. I will feature more information and photos of this regional treasure later on, after life settles down into some semblance of normalcy again.
Earlier this week, we had planned to visit the Cades Cove area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Those plans got flung out with the garbage. Mr. Jim became ill on Sunday morning, and I rushed him to the hospital. He was released earlier today. He came down with another case of sepsis, and his health was in quite a pickle on Monday because of an extremely high fever. Mr. Jim is now chock-full of antibiotics. And, he will continue that trend by taking oral medication for the next week. There will be follow-up visits with his internist and oncologist to monitor his condition.
Perhaps we will be able to venture over to Cades Cove next week or the week after. We’ll cross our fingers…