Hampton Inn Pikeville
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... her and Blossom hit it off too. (Who doesn't love my wife?) It turns out Dallas and Sue actually grew up in the area and reminisced about the park before it was.... a park. They were another couple who had been together since high school. Recently retired, they were back in town sadly to attend to Sue's elderly parents failing health. We had great conversation, good laughs and I learned more about ...
... like early American farmsteads with stone
foundations. Many of the barns sport painted quilt squares, and some have odd
house-shaped structures sitting on top of their roofs. We drove through country
becoming hilly and populated - what a change!
We followed 92 and 69 to Monroe and crossed the border into
Illinois. After bypassing Rockford, we hit I-39 south to Bloomington, then I-74
through Champagne ...
... were set.....Had a nice dinner and boy he had a appetite, loved to see him eating because he was skin and bones. We talked until about 10pm and said our good byes..
I processed to make my protein drinks for the next few days.....sandwiches for 2 days and went to bed.....
Nice rest day. Thanks Pamela for the donation today it is much appreciated. These are links to stories, videos, website, Phantom Rider registration for you ...
... old a real cutie. The gals walked over to get Ramona’s maps that were in the Van and we chatted for a while….
Later, early evening I saw a cyclist ride in fully self-contained and decided to meet him he was tenting just a few sites away. Thomas from Sweden and started in Washington DC to the West coast hopefully making the same route with Adventure Cycling as I had but maybe would only make it to San Francisco. He was riding ...
Now don't get upset by the title... I have called Prestonsburg this for many years... We have a love hate relationship. As I get older I slowly... very slowly start to see why my Dad has chosed to live here. He's on a lovely farm in a holar (did I spell that right?) lol who knows... not a word in my daily or monthly conversations. But anyway I'm back to spend time with my Dad, his wife Debby and their ...