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... Going from dry arid west to verdant green of the east is like looking at two sides of the coin as is negotiating the old and tired LAX compared to the relative newness of Atlanta airport. Although lugging four HEAVY bags is not easy no matter what the airport is like. Traveling through Georgia to get to Greenville, South Carolina was a very long way (not sure how we'll go driving from Roanoke ...
... of fags!" Whilst another one was shouting "y'all gay!" Worried that things were gonna escalate,bwe quickly made it for the car before one could pull some kind of hillbilly weapon on us. Drove up to Asheville checked into Ramada Hotel a nice on the outskirts. Bought a couple of burgers and using our disposable BBQ that we hadn't used from the last time, we cooked up some burgers and bacon over looking the rolling landscape of the Blue Ridge Parkway as sunset. Cracked open some ...
... with a disposable BBQ so we grabbed some meat and beers and races up the famous blue ridge parkway- a famous 469 mile scenic route that follows the mountain ridge from north Virginia to South Carolina. We found a spot not actually facing the sunset but still with a view of the blue hazy mist mountains and had our bacon wrapped burgers and beers. Almost ran out of petrol on the way back, cruising in with 1 mile left on the ...
... ahead of us. We wonder what this antique is doing high in the mountains, and at the next rest stop we find a clutch of ancient motor cars who will be attending a rally in Ashville.
The sun comes out as we descend into Ashville. It is described as "Edgy, artsy and inviting", a university town and tech complex, a tourist centre filled with galleries, innovative restaurants ...
... don't HAVE to mellow out. At least not about that. John says it's just my Austrian side coming out and I shouldn't apologize for it.
I did bring back some other things from the trip, besides the material booty and lots more gray hair.
Here are my thoughts:
Familiarity breeds comfort. I didn't realize the baseline level of tension I had going on the whole trip until we got to Atlanta. Being 'home', among English-speaking ...
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