The Arnott House
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... hear her voice in the morning hour, she calls me, the radio reminds me of my home far away. And driving down the road I get a feeling that I should have been home yesterday, yesterday. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country roads. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country roads...... Night ...
... down the cherry tree, his prowess as the General who lead us into freedom from Great Britain, that he was our first president, had wooden teeth and owned slaves, but there is so much more to the man than just the legend. I think I'll study up on our First President, his childhood and as a young man. Should prove enlightening.
As for Fort Ligonier...It's time of service was short, only seven and a half years, and the Fort was decommissioned in March of ...
... problem resolved. Early night ensured, and after the usual cereal, toast and a cuppa from their version of the continental breakfast, we once again headed north. This time, with Steve at the wheel, tried to select an off interstate route by first setting the Garmin, and then driving back in the direction we had come yesterday, which was off the interstate. The trick worked, as we traversed some nice quiet country roads for a couple of hours before joining the Virginia Turnpike. ...
Took off from Illinois at about 9:00. We drove about 600 miles
and boondoggled (Sheila says boondocked, not sure which one is right) at a rest
area in Ashland, Kentucky. Tomorrow, we have about 400 miles to go to get to
Zack’s. With an early start, we should get there about 2:00pm.
Chuck and Sheila Noel & Mousse
... out my route, I took my time packing up and had breakfast at the coffee shop. To appreciate how small Gambier is, the town consist of one Inn (with the only restaurant), one coffee shop, one deli, one very small grocery store (that is not allowed to sell wine on Sunday but can sell beer), and a tavern. That is it!
After breakfast, I headed south and the sky ...