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... from local artist. I will also be going to flea markets, or open markets. Places like that I could wonder for hours. Of course I love history of the world so I will be touring the spots most tourist visit. More to come as my trip begins. If you'd like to follow me on this trip, I will be blogging adding ...
"Dinner" at Hooters. At least the beer was cold.
We were exhausted and ******* out at 8pm after watching America's Funniest Home videos.
511 miles today. I am SUNBURNED! Thankful I brought aspirin and Aloe!
Off to Grandfather Mountain and Maggie Valley, NC in the ...
... And one of his daughters married one of my family.
I passed by Jack Nicklaus's Bear Trace Golf Course....I don't have my clubs with me...some furniture for Laura instead. Wouldn't have time anyway.
I passed by Cumberland Gap National Park. Most people don't realize how important the Cumberland Gap was to the settlement of the US. The Appalachian Mountains proved to be a size able barrier to people on the East Coast. ...
I learned too many things to list on this adventure, but I did want to share my final thoughts about China:
Toilets: this is always a topic of discussion when travelling internationally. We came up with the following rating system:
one star--squatty potty (basically a hole in the ground which requires some dexterity)
two star --has toilet paper
three star -- has toilet paper and water to wash hands
four star --has toilet paper, water, and soap ...
We'll never forget you and will see you again I am sure.
Beautiful ride today across NC and in to Tennessee. Roads like race circuits and 80 miles of dirt to get us warmed up.
Lesson of the day comes from Glenn as we were leaving.
"Remember, off road you can only break an arm or leg, but them cars'll kill yer. Take care on the pavement"