Best Western Wilderness Trail Inn
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... just about wore us out! But it was a great afternoon experience, and the weather was beautiful (around 80 degrees). Then drove on to our stopping spot for the night (London, KY), and had dinner at a local restaurant. We had some of the local fare...fried catfish, fried okra, sweet potato fries!! All delicious! And no, not EVERYthing we ate tonight was fried. ...
... particularly high even by eastern standards at 2,440 feet. Lee County, the
westernmost in Virginia, is apparently outside the coal mining belt and is
actually a very beautiful landscape of wide farmed valleys. With passing
through the four far western counties in Virginia I can now add the state to my
list of states in which I have been in every county in the state (and in
Virginia’s case independent cities too).
... spaceship from the big shed to the blastoff platform (I think NASA call it a Launchpad, but I’m sticking with blastoff platform). The big truck goes at about 1 mile per hour, fully loaded and a whopping 3 miles per hour when empty.
Tuesday night we slept in a little town called St Augustine, this time in another Cracker Barrel. On Wednesday, we entered state number two (Georgia) and stayed in a coastal city called Savannah. It was very similar ...
... play some catch. Jodi of corse took pictures. By 3:00 pm, we were ready to just stop and get out of the car. We decided we would head for London, Kentucky for the night. We got into our Holiday In Express around 5:00. After, settling in we needed to get a few items at the local Walmart. It was then that a miracle happened, we found a Golden Coral to eat dinner! This place was awesome, and our dinner was great. I ...
3:30 pm - Finally reached Tennessee! We had another hour long, slow-moving delay near Corbin, Kentucky. I'd driven 80 miles and the breeze is really stiff. We decided to take a stretch break at the Tennessee Welcome Station.
Now, back in the car, Grant is driving the rest of the way to ...