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Why chai at six? Because growing up, my family and I would have chai every evening. Those moments of my youth are among my most favorite memories.

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    chai at six
    Last Saturday was spent in Cosby, Tenn., hillwalking to Hen Wallow Falls. The walk was quite nice as the path we took was deep in the woods. There was thick growth and lots of rocks and stones and undergrowth alongside.

    The falls themselves were amazing. Although falls may not quite be the right word; cascades of water may be more just. Either way, Stephanie, Elizabeth and I saw nature at her best. I just lay on the rock and gazed up at the water splashing down. I was about ready to close my eyes and take a nap on the rock, as I felt the sun shine on me and heard the water cascade down. We were fortunate to not encounter many other folks on our path. A true little gem.

    That evening was spent at the Front Porch — this homey Mexican restaurant with a live bluegrass band. The ambience itself was worth all.

    As I sat there at our table, sipping on my wine coolers (BYOB), I looked around and observed the local crowd, the quirky eclectic decor. And once the band got going for a while, Elizabeth and I made our way near the stage and had a jolly time dancing.

    A delightful weekend it was, saddened only by hearing the news of President Reagan's death.

    Posted by Jigsha at 6/11/2004 01:07:00 PM | link to entry | 0 comments