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Travel Blogs from Columbia
Time to head north, the country flavour has done nothing for me I can tell you. I tried some of the local real " country cooking" last night and I think it is going to punish me for the rest of my life. Some items they classify as food around here is obviously something that is an acquired taste and you need a gut of iron to be able to stomach it. …
Starting off our trip @ Barkley Lake @ our friend
Pat's Labor Day Party Fri-Tues. Leon couldn't miss this jam session before heading on our journey. What a party place!!!! Great music. Great friends. Great food. What a great time
Day 5. Tues Sept. 2nd.
Left Pat's cabin and headed to Thompson Station, Tn. to give goodbye kisses to Donna & ...
... pickup truck.
Loads and loads of stuff outside each house.
It has taken a while but I now realise my problem on a bike is anything to do with water.
Yesterday a mud hole. Last week at Chucks a muddy cornfield. Last year a puddle at Black Yatt. A frozen river in the Black mountains had me down http://vimeo.com/63936697
Today was an innocent river running across a perfect straight road.
Lessons start tomorrow for us. We spent the morning watching 3 sessions with the farm owner's rescue horses, saved from horrible torture as Tennessee Walker show horses. The day prior we saw the show grounds and the farms where horses are treated horribly in a self-policed group of 'trainers' and I use the term lightly. There are recently publicized undercover investigations leading ...
Have to hand it to my cousin. Goes all over the world blogs everyday complete with pics. I am doing thus by phone. No computer til we go to McDonalds in town for Wifi. Had wonderful dinner out in Bell Buckle Cafe home cooking and loads of History and stories. Especially saddening is the story of the Tenn Walking horses. So ...