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... the main “dining/ordering room”, and now there are two old school buses that butt up to the main room. They both have an array of eclectic seating – mostly original school bus seats arranged so that there are tables between the facing seats as well as stools and chairs. There is all kind of stuff (junk) hanging and sitting everywhere on the property, the buildings, trees, fences, posts, etc. And it seems that everything has been ...
... Food! Lunch buffet was 7.95 each, including salad and dessert! eat your heart out all those places that charge you $6.99 for a measly sandwich.
Tonight will be the last night in the RV, and tomorrow we get to sleep in a real bed again. My back is very grateful for this thought.
Last leg is 337 miles. See y ' all tomorrow ...
Anxious to see Cousin Carol in Lexington Kentucky but delayed due to a disastrous accident that closed the highway. Highlight of the day was lunch at Hooters somewhere in West Virginia. What I forgot to say yesterday was that my dear dear Aunt Felice, whom I love very much, celebrated her 100th birthday. Love to you Aunt Felice:)
... south and get beneath the snow line. We discovered that if we went through Tennessee, down to Kentucky, we could visit Mammoth Cave National Park, so we jumped at the chance, since we had been trying to visit as many National Parks as possible, and the World's largest cave would be a great addition to our trip checklist.
The drive through Tennessee was short and there's not much to tell. We did drive through Nashville, but we didn't have time to stop. ...
Our first stop was in West Virgina. The only state fully in the Appalachian mountain range. This mountain range is the oldest in the world. And even though the ridges have been clear cut logged many times over the years they currently had a strong tree cover in the area we drove through. This tree cover protects the steep hills from water erosion and protects the wild life that thrives in and relies on the shaded mountains streams.
The Appalachian forest is ...
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