Best Western Wilderness Trail Inn
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We don't give up vacationing easily. We departed Kiawah Island, SC early this morning to head back to Michigan. We stopped about mid-way home, at Daniel Boone National Forest area in Kentucky, around 3:30 pm. We spent a couple of hours experiencing the views and the hiking trails of the Cumberland Falls State Park. All the ups & downs, and many, MANY ...
... including the crossing is now part of
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, an NPS unit oriented toward hiking with
a trail along the top of the ridge for the length of the park. The park itself,
though, is quite small in comparison with Shenandoah or Great Smokies. I just
checked out the visitor center and drove up to the Pinnacles Overlook, a
viewpoint over the gap with a view of the three states, a pleasant view but ...
We have received our new home. It is cosy. It has just enough storage space, a microwave, a fridge, a sink, a shower/toilet in one and a little table. Plus there is a bed above the driver's cabin. It suits our needs perfectly for this upcoming part of our trip. I’m just a bit disappointed about the poxy pictures on the front, but you can’t win 'em all.
So, the aim is for us to stay overnight in each of the 48 mainland states of the USA over ...
... Kaleb that he had to get a least $10 of food on his plate. Well, he did what he was told but chose to do it by getting only dessert! I on the other hand went all out and even got steak! It was delicious. We headed back to the hotel and got into our swimming suits. All of us had a great time. Kylee took a few minutes to get use to the water but had a blast. Finally, we went back to our room for some much needed sleep ...
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 ...