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... dripped inside the tent.
-Giant bug in pavilion sink
-Camp worker Charlie who with his wife works on the grounds 9 hours a week and stays free with his RV. Anything over 9 hours he gets paid. Nice guy with very interesting hard luck life stories.
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... that everything has been signed buy folks who have eaten there since they started up with the original 12x16 foot Weenie Stand in 1999.
As you can see, they have a wide range of food, but their specialties are the Weenies (their burgers are also noteworthy). The two meals that they are especially noted for are:
The “Home Wrecker” a huge foot long Weenie with sautéed onions and peppers, nacho cheese, jalapenos, habanero sauce, chili ...
Several sleepless nights, travel fatigue yes, but mostly the gut wrenching fear of beginning this bike trip again. Scott has rerouted us to the Ohio, Kentucky border. I was hoping we could get to see my niece Debbie and her family. She is too far away.
I think we both are so worried about road conditions, a feeling that has haunted us since Eastern Kentucky. We have had several days of fear and worry. We were scared to death to start again. We began yesterday with ...
We are still in Wheelersburg, Ohio. We are so tired from travel and preparation to get here that we overslept and missed breakfast. Scott has a terrible cold and his eyes are blood red. He does not feel well at all. I can't tell if I am sick or just mean and mad that I am on this bike again. We checked out, headed to get the local maps needed, and to Scott's wits end, and my joy, we had to spend the night again. I slept like a log, and ...
The return happens. We are back in Louisville, truck rental, storage shed to pick up bikes, close out rental agreement, and we are off. Scott has chosen a route longitudinally exact, (he could have fudged a few miles), north of Kentucky.
Kentucky was beautiful, but holds much anxiety for us. We went home, for the twins, for a severe morning sickness daughter, and for an end of another daughters' marriage. We had been prompted for weeks with uneasiness, when we finally listened ...