Quality Inn Richmond
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... worth every bite. I can’t imagine eating like that everyday but boy it was delicious. I love southern food! We drove to Wal-Mart which unfortunately seemed to be the hangout place for teenagers with loud pickup trucks who like to peel off for no reason. I guess when your under 21 and can’t go out anywhere in town on a Friday night, you end up making noise in a Wal-Mart parking lot. It did quiet down eventually and we got a good night’s ...
... even passed an old abandoned building called “Social center for crippled children”. Now there is a haunted house if I ever saw one. We were going to stop at a Wal-Mart in one of these towns but they all kind of freaked us out so we took an extra hour and drove to Winchester Kentucky (There is at least one Winchester in every state). There we found a nice little city with a quiet Wal-Mart. Thank ...
We have been visiting the McCullough/Vasbinder family this week and having a great time catching up with them. The weather has been cool but sunny and we aren't missing the rain that has come to Seattle. As we drove south to here we could see the fall colors heading the same direction. Gary has really enjoyed being the passenger for this trip so he can do all the looking. He has also been the navigator and using the GPS with frustration sometimes and ...
... went to high school together. He was purchased for only $22,000 as a yearling (unheard of low price in these circles). Funny Cide went on to win the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness in 2003 and over 3 million dollars. The group of owners were referred to as "ordinary horsemen that took over the sport of kings'. We had a great time here!
Saturday morning we got up early and headed to the pick up place for our
Horse Farm Tour. Our guide was very nice, but a little corny. He was
knowledgeable about the horses, farms and history and we were impressed
with the number of jobs he has/had. He retired from the US Postal
Service and is now a music teacher and does tours and other things I