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Here we go -- leaving behind the snow and the fairy godcat, who will keep an eye on everything. We're on our way to our first overnight stop: Lenoir City, TN. Not much time to sightsee or learn about Lenoir -- our main destination after Cordele GA is Tampa, where we usually stop for service work at Lazy Days, a huge sales/service business for ...
... should we change money in the U.S. or wait until we get to Argentina and do it at the airport (or hotel?)
December 19: After (hopefully) a good night's sleep, a general tour of the city.
December 20: A Jewish tour of the city -- our guide received his graduate degree in the U.S., but is from Buenos Aires and is Jewish. In the evening, we plan to meet for dinner with others who are going on the same ...
... the unintended route is the best part of the ride
Sometimes the intended route is the worst part of the ride
Logging operations take out huge numbers of trees in the Pacific Northwest
There are so many trees though that you cannot even tell they log
Copper mines are huge and they leave scars
Sunsets over the Pacific Ocean are awesome
I could enjoy a beach ...
... very familiar and quite boring. I actually considered cutting east and then up through Louisville and then the back way past Cincinnati and the Ohio river but I was just ready to get home.
I arrived safely at my house around 3:30. I made dinner plans with Mike, unloaded the bike and took a long hot shower.
... through the largest wind farm I’ve seen on the trip so far: it probably extended for 15 miles. I still think they are cool to look at, and it was even more fun because earlier in the morning there were four separate oversize load convoys (guide car, state trooper, the actual truck, follow car, and another state trooper!) hauling the blades for other wind mills (is that what ...