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... tomatoes, and shredded cheese.
And, the “Bubba's Single/Double/or Triple Wide” 5, 17, and 30 pound burgers with cheese, mayo, mustard, ketchup, lettuce, maters (tomatoes – for those not from the South), onions, and pickles, on a toasted bun.
We both had the “Real McCoy” – deep fried weenie, with chili sauce, maters, jalapenos, BBQ sauce, and nacho cheese. Shirley had onion rings and I ordered the ...
... hand that I had not used. My legs are not happy. I had to keep telling myself, bend your elbows, relax your back, breathe, stop gripping the bars so tight, relax your neck, watch traffic, relax, shift, shift, shift. Yeesh, so much to remember. Nonetheless, it was still difficult to leave the tether of a rented truck and be on our own again. We had great roads today, none of the Kentucky killers. Beautiful scenery. I thought Ireland was so beautiful, and yet here we are ...
... all night about losing a day of riding. I was hoping to get to see Debbie, but with all our planning and getting ready, she was too far away. We traveled back and forth between Ohio River towns to find topo maps. From big box retailer to sports stores and eventually the public library, we struck out until we went into the C store within a wedge of our motel and there we found Delorme's Ohio. Now we can plot on a map what we've got in text form ...
... was Kentucky roads and their attendant anxiety and fear does not seem to ease with time. Just seeing a coal truck on another narrow winding road is more than my fragile psyche can handle. Scott tells me he is scared also. He tries all his court jester moves and comments, it dos not help. He uses his, "you can rent a car anytime and follow me and I will ride to the finish for us both". Yeah like I'm going to let that happen. Yeesh. Ohio is only chosen because it's not ...
... more a natural bridge, which is a cool breeze funnel. All surrounded by the beautiful woodland that cloaks the hillsides. We return to the car and cruise gently round the park. The camping ground has huge trailers pulled by huge pick ups. Other trailers are so big they have to be parked in 'drive through' plots. They are too big to be reversed. At our appointed visit time we meet ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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