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... bike past its yard. Turns out people in the middle of nowhere don't like to secure their pets. The smallest dogs seem to be the most aggressive, which has been lucky so far. Something tells me they keep larger dogs in rural eastern Kentucky than in suburban Roanoke. Bill armed me with a can of pepper spray but the most effective defense appears to be yelling "bad dog", "no" and "stay" as loudly and angrily as possible. It actually works. A girl I ran ...
... after dinner, all in all a very good and chilled evening. This morning we are heading to Washington, we've got a final national park visit for a walk at lunch, so should be a good day. State count- 23 - New York - New Jersey - Pennsylvania - Ohio - Indiana - Illinois - Wisconsin - Minnesota - South Dakota - Wyoming - Montana - Idaho - Utah - Nevada - California - Arizona - Colorado - New Mexico - Texas - Louisiana - Mississippi - Tennessee - ...
... Lizzie, as you are writing a travel blog how would you describe this hike?'. Considering I wasn't a shade of purple and profusely sweating I would describe it as a gentle stroll. I think he had been a little panicked that the obesity epidemic had taken the USA by storm and as well as having their favourite word as 'more', they were advertising a 'gentle afternoon stroll' as an 'intense hike'. The campsite was like a set of an American movie. This was the way I ...
... bigger too. There was also a spot where we could get out and float down on our backs which was really relaxing. Once we arrived back to camp and dried off we had a quick lunch then hit the road. It took us an hour and a half to reach Knoxville, Tennessee which is where Nicole went to Uni so she gave us a quick driving tour round campus. It genuinely looked like the uni's you see in films which was so cool. We then carried onto ...
... but after 2 miles spotted them another mile or more away on a bald knob. We decided not to pursue them, but enjoyed the views along the way. This is a lovely highland area that reminded us much of our home in West Virginia, and Dolly Sods Wilderness area, which is in our own backyard. Still, one never tires of such beauty, wherever it may be found!
After our hike we drove back to Marion, Virginia, and had a late lunch at a barbeque place there.