On the way to Cashiers, NC for an art festival, as we passed the The Falls Café and Grill in Lake Toxaway we decided to give it a try. Unfortunately, we needed to turn around as it came up rather suddenly as we were coming around a curve on the two-lane road. I found the first available road to turn onto, hoping to find a spot to turn around. The road I turned on was a twisty, high-grade one-lane road where I had to drive nearly a mile before I found a driveway to turn myself around. On reflection, I'm surprised I never encountered another car going the other direction, as backing up was not an option.
The Falls Café and Grill was good, but the view was fantastic:
The art festival in Cashiers was good—worth the drive, but nothing extreme lept out at me while there.
So I received this wonderful piece of spam today:
- Richard Kalou <email@example.com>
- I am Richard Kalou by Name,I have an important issue to shear with you So get back to me urgently through my email ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
- Sat, 6 Oct 2018 17:28:34 +0000
And tht's it. No explanation. Just the subject line stating that Richard has an important issue involving sheep. Or alpacas, I think you shear those, right?
So Richard has an important issue with alpacas—llamas! You can also shear llamas! So it's an issue involving sheep, alpacas or harmonic llamas that I need to urgently write back to Richard.
The only thing is—I don't know how to shear!.
Sorry, Richard, I can't help you.