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Well, another doggio day started with my favorite thing...breakfast! I love me some breakfast; little crunchy bits mixed with litte savory chunks...Mmmmm.
My Dad makes it for me every morning, and even though it's the same thing every day, I tuck into it like it's my first, and last, meal. But, that's how we should approach everything in life right? Sometimes, with that approach, a guy can bite into something ...
I'm Champ the Corgi, and this is my blog about my upcoming trip across country with my Dad, from where we live in Tennessee (Go Vols!) to Sausalito, California. It's gonna be a "Road Trip" that would make John Balushi (and all you other dogs) proud. So, follow me and my adventures.
So, these days I've been supervising Mom & Dad in the preparation for our move out ...
... than our Imperial gallon it's still pretty good to fill up for $34! I actually had a drive for the first time while Peter had a nap, of course as soon as I sat in the drivers seat it started raining and also had road works. Westward to Asheville going through the the Great Smokey Mountains National Park, we had intended to go to Cherokee but the guide book says its dominated by a 21 storey hotel and Casino - not ...
... or replace their old
shotgun shacks with more modern doublewides in trailer parks.
Cumberland Gap is the spot where Virginia, Kentucky, and
Tennessee meet and represents a lower notch or gap in the Cumberland Range which
was easiest place for about 300,000 early settlers to cross the Appalachians to
the American frontier between 1775 and 1810 on the so-called Wilderness Road
from the Shenandoah Valley. ...
After a good night's sleep at a campsite, we woke up feeling refreshed and hungry. After a great breakfast of Greek yogurt and breakfast shakes we headed out to Knoxville. Tennessee is cut in half by the time zones so sadly, half way to Knoxville, we lost an hour of our day and re-entered the Eastern Time zone. It must be weird working back and forth in this area. We were going to Knoxville because Chris’s cousin Dave and his wife Andrea live there. Our original plan ...