Hampton Inn Johnson City
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... think of renting ourselves out to drought-ridden communities. It even rained once when we pitched our already-wet tent in our yard at home so that we could dry it out.
Camping in Tennessee is a bit of a strange experience, particularly in the days following a big national dispute over the confederate flag (and the day after South Carolina voted to take down the one flying over their statehouse). The campground is positively full of ...
... next to us fired up his diesel truck and then just wandered off, leaving it running. A little while later, he made a friendly overture "How y’ll doin’?", and I asked him if there was a problem with the truck After a few minutes’ clarification, it transpired that he was running the truck so he could charge his phone. Of course he was. It would never occur to me to to ...
... Cheryl with dinner.
We had an early dinner and sat inside today for a change and finished it all up quite quickly, must have been hungry. Tonight, Cheryl and Dave had arranged for us to try "Smores", which involved roasting marshmallows, placing them and Hershey’s chocolate between two gram crackers, holy heart attack! So we had this little fondu looking set and roasted marshmallows around the table with our sticks and had some fun making Smores. I think ...
... view. We caught up with them and finished the hike and ended up looking at all the animals they had contained (Wolves, Bobcats, Otter, Deer). We got moving after this, as we had to get Kyle back home in time for uni class.
We got back, and not long after Grandma arrived with her potatoes and we all sat down to yet another lovely dinner. Cheryl asked if we wanted a drink, and because this was the second night we had declined ...
... so pretty to see. Highway 81 has been nice, lots of places to stop for gas and to stretch my legs. I stopped late this afternoon for the day in a town called Kingsport Tn. It is just 12 miles south of Bristol VA/TN. About 4 hours to go to get to Nashville. ...