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... greeted by 8 deer grazing in front of the RV. Bob and I drank our coffee and enjoyed watching them for some time out our front window. We left Wyoming and entered Nebraska, a state we had never visited in Breezy. The scenery changed to rolling hills with corn fields for miles and miles. We stopped for the night in a small town called Kearney halfway through the state.
10/3 Today we woke up to lots of wind with gusts up to 35 MPH. Bob had a difficult ...
... to be the only option. The jiggling boobs and bouncing bums at Hooters in Florida was a great place to put the fried chicken days 'behind' us, literally. It's hard to eat anything but salad when you have ladies in little knickers, unknowingly, inspiring what goes in the gob.
Thankfully, our last 8 hour drive was from Tampa, west cost of the Florida peninsula, down to the Florida Keys. It was also the last time our sat nav said "drive straight for the next ...
... three stories, over 20 rooms, thirteen bathrooms, five fireplaces, two kitchens, an indoor pool and even an indoor shooting range on 136 acres of pristine land. Is this place big? Yah, but the difference between Fontanel and The Biltmore is Fontanel is a home. It's "homey" not "showy".
After the Fontanel, we were bussed over to the Country Music Hall of Fame. We had a great buffet lunch ...
... in is beautiful and the entire establishment very cool. We missed the structured tour so the boys free styled it and generally wanted to get to the tasting area. Jim Beam done and dusted it was off to Heaven Hill distillery which is still wholly family owned. Again a beautiful ride in with tree lined street and the houses that have the perfect manicure red yard and USA flags out the front. Some of the streets ...
... to find a souvenir spoon in one of those tacky stores. They also had a little statue of the Parthenon. So, we decided to go see if it was visible at night which, as the pictures show, it certainly was. Our only really big disappointment is that we can't stay in the morning to see the giant Athena which is housed (as it should be) in the Parthenon building. Check out this link to see how amazing it is! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenon_ (Nashville)