Hilton Garden Inn Lexington Georgetown
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Day 36: 5,548 miles
Sunday, July 6th
I left Sally's house early and reluctantly (we really did have a good time together), and headed to the southwest for Lexington, Kentucky. As closely as I watched the scenery outside, I couldn't see any great differences in the surrounding scenery -- miles and miles of rolling hills, covered with millions of trees. It's really lovely country.
Eventually, I ...
Today we left Indiana and headed Southeast to Kentucky. It was a bit shorter than the other drives, just over three hours. The trip was quite smooth except for a few wrong turns. We are staying several nights with a Taiwanese couple that live there. 今天我們離 ;開了印第ध 3;納州，往Ĉ 81;南部的肯 ...
... at a 50's/60's diner across the street.
From Charleston, we pretty much followed I-64 into Kentucky and on to Lexington. Shortly after getting into Kentucky, we entered the Boone National Forest. No sign of Daniel, though. We were surprised at how forested and hilly this part of Kentucky was.
We stayed overnight in an RV park in a town just north ...
Today we knocked out one of our longest drives, and I made it even longer by easing up on the throttle. I decided to drop down to 65 on the interstates instead of 75 because the Middle East just can't go a few months without some oil pipeline being threatened. Anyone who knows me knows that slowing down is painful for me.
For 10 hours, we went from the flatlands of south ...
... out so hot. We had engine troubles and after about 25 minutes of flying, we had to turn around and come back to lexington. Then after a few hours of waiting, my flight was cancelled. So I made a snap decision to switch my flights and thus I went to Texas, to London, to Madrid, to a 4 hour bus to Logrono. I did not arrive until almost midnight, totalling about 35 hours of travel!
But, I made it! ... oh and my luggage was lost.
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