Holiday Inn Express Winfield - Teays Valley
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... hear her voice in the morning hour, she calls me, the radio reminds me of my home far away. And driving down the road I get a feeling that I should have been home yesterday, yesterday. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country roads. Country roads, take me home to the place I belong. West Virginia, mountain mamma, take me home, country roads...... Night ...
... road that actually wasn't all that busy. Decided to pull in to a little place called Ripley, but this time selected a Super 8 chain motel. I also made sure firstly that there actually was a bar to walk to. A Mexican Restaurant/ bar, just across the car park from us. Getting here, we drove on both days through the Appalachian mountains once more that I described in the last episode. The scenery continued to be serene, and just what I had imagined it to be, from the books I have ...
... of campus. One day Wright's daughter came in and picked out a scarf and asked my mom to charge it to her father's account. My mom's boss told her no, they couldn't do that, so the daughter left. Pretty soon Frank strode in wearing his famous cape, threw the scarf in my mom's face and said "I'll pay cash for this."
... several different directions is so difficult! Helen Jo texted this morning and said that she decided to go over and have lunch with Mom and found her much better, blossoming when she sees her friends.
After packing up and breaking camp we left at 10:00. I had walked down to Sandy and Landy's to tell them we were leaving and they said they'd be about an hour behind us. I programmed the wonderful Rand McNally GPS ...
... 8221; Huh??
Every road leads to flea markets, junk yards, antique shops and local produce markets. We don’t know how they all make a living – most of the goods offered for sale should have gone to the dump a long time ago. Obviously, most of the goods for sale have been on the premises for years. The equipment, parts, vehicles etc. that are outside are dusty and have grass growing all around them.
Lots of churches, gospel ...