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Still driving on Interstate at this point. Plan to start taking some back roads soon. Camping experience at this KOA was decent. Nice private spot with no other tent campers.
-Arrived just before night fall and glad we didn't have to set up in the dark.
-Cold Night with lots of condensation. So wet out ...
... more than 160 miles one-way), we will go down there in the coach and stay a couple of days.
So, we did some washing and decided to check out another DDD dive, the "Hillbilly Hot Dogs" that is just north of Huntington in a little town of Lesage, WV.
I thought Shirley had keyed in the address of the original place in the GPS, but instead, she keyed in “Hillbilly Hot Dogs” and the GPS sent us to their newest place in downtown Huntington. ...
... in the area, none. It is raining and we are in our tent at the back of the United Methodist Church. Yep, right downtown. We stopped early because of rain. Our tent is humid, but warm. So far it is still dry inside. So far the pastor has not seen us and kicked us out. We think we're so sly setting up camp behind a small air conditioning unit. Scott crosses the street after cover of darkness and returns with hamburgers and french fries from the crossroads store/service station. ...
... all night about losing a day of riding. I was hoping to get to see Debbie, but with all our planning and getting ready, she was too far away. We traveled back and forth between Ohio River towns to find topo maps. From big box retailer to sports stores and eventually the public library, we struck out until we went into the C store within a wedge of our motel and there we found Delorme's Ohio. Now we can plot on a map what we've got in text form ...
The return happens. We are back in Louisville, truck rental, storage shed to pick up bikes, close out rental agreement, and we are off. Scott has chosen a route longitudinally exact, (he could have fudged a few miles), north of Kentucky.
Kentucky was beautiful, but holds much anxiety for us. We went home, for the twins, for a severe morning sickness daughter, and for an end of another daughters' marriage. We had been prompted for weeks with uneasiness, when we finally listened ...