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 ...
Southwesternmost Virginia seems like the true heart of
Appalachia along with eastern Kentucky and southern West Virginia, the declining
coal country that contains some of the poorest and most rapidly depopulating
counties in the country. To be honest, though, I’ve gradually found much of the
rural South to be looking significantly less hardscrabble than two or three
decades ago. Good new roads enable people ...
... Carolina. We stayed in a town called Gastonia, just west of their capitol city Charlotte. I think the only thing North Carolina is famous for is farming peaches. We didn’t get any peaches.
Saturday was a drive north west into the Great Smoky Mountains. It was a ripping drive and we got to pull over and take some close up shots of elk on the side of the road. We had other stops along the way, including at the state border between North Carolina ...
... 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 ...