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... falls out on each trip. Then we found out our guide was a rookie which didn't instill a lot of confidence. Nevertheless, we donned our life jackets (which they now call personal flotation devices) our helmets and were given our paddles.
I naively thought I was going to just take a seat and enjoy the ride. Not so. After we were bussed to the drop off, ...
... still had rooms set up like the kitchen, café, and Colonel Sanders office. The
first restaurant opened its doors in 1932.
After a couple of pics we took another detour to Cumberland Falls which is located in Kentucky in the Daniel Boone Forest. Up until this time, I had seen beautiful homes and horse ranches in Kentucky. I
had made the comment that I ...
Our next stop for two nights, was just outside Gatlinsburg, which neighbours the Smoky Mountains, the most visited national park in the whole of America. We had driven around 6 hours that day to get there, and so that evening we took to one of the local fast food joints. Although the locals in there were horrific, the food was exactly what we fancied! The next morning, we had our sights set on the Smoky Mountains. A quick visit to the information centre, with a ...
... such different beliefs. It gives perspective, something I am gaining increasingly more of everyday on this trip. After we rounded off our build day with lunch provided by the site, we headed to the lake house for some swimming, snacking, and speed boating. The afternoon was relaxing and I feel adequately prepared and rested for the next 7 days straight of ...
... I've been working on them has been the progressive order of a house being built. At our first build site I did foundational work and framing; at the second site I worked on siding; at the third site, priming; and today, finishing touches and sodding. It was a great day, I really enjoyed the work and was able to talk with a bunch of the locals and habitat workers. We worked on that all morning, had a great lunch and by 12:30 we were headed off site. A Bike & Build Alum ...
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