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A quick blog today. I will add to when I have more time. At this stage all I will say is that we are late in due to horrendous traffic on various interstates. It has been very hot and humid so need a drink and some food. I will catch up with you ...
... had lots of expenses ahead of us.
We managed to cross into Tennessee for lunch and stopped at Jellico for fuel and lunch. Before this trip I was unaware that diesel costs more than gasoline in the States. A salad at Wendy's did the trick for lunch and then we drove through the beautiful fall colors of the mountains. There are also lots of Sycamore trees alongside the highway. Their leaves look somewhat like Maple leaves but their ...
... I had plenty of time to observe the 14,000 different license plate designs as each state resident never presented a duplicate. I also noticed the locals tend to speed up in construction zones although the signs warn of a double fine for perpetrators. Part of me believes this is a state plot to lure tourists into a trap. I bet all of those odd plated speedy cars are paid by the government to zoom in and out of orange-coned zones influencing tourists to keep up ...
Arrived yesterday in the pouring rain. Had spent the day doing general store with grist mill in Helen. Did a great hike to Ruby Falls. Went on to Clayton. Visited the Main St Gallery but the right Folk Art wasn't there - some cute birds and a gourd turkey - but not quite right. Had a dynamite lunch in a new restaurant called Fortify and then headed south. Drove through the pour in rain and arrived at the KOA. Had "lovely" take-out from Wendy's and turned in early. Had ...
... O-War Boulevard in Lexington (mile 108). We have many pleasant memories of the trip we took when we did all the touristy things and got off I75. At times you could have sworn you were in northern Ontario with the trees looking either ice covered or sporting hoar frost and enough snow off to the side of the road.
By the time we got to the Tennessee border we were looking forward to using the Welcome Centre but the washrooms were closed. We have ...