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Travel Blogs from Crossville
... have gotten quiet a bit of rain. We also have played table tennis and board games.
While we were here, we received word that the birth mother of Grayson Samuel went into labor so they took her in for an emergency C-Section. Grayson was born on October 2nd about 3:30pm, weighing 7lbs 14 oz, 18.4 inches long. Now we wait to be sure the birth mother gives up her rights - the waiting period is 48 hours which will happen Sunday Oct. 4th. ...
... road construction in the center of the city. This added 20 miles to the trip, but we pulled in to the Deer Run RV Resort by 4:30 PM with 360 additional miles behind us.
A few beers, dinner, and an early evening were in order. The wifi at the park was spotty, so I was not able to access Travelpod. I’ll try it again tomorrow morning before we leave, but I may end up posting this when we arrive at Natural Bridges KOA tomorrow night.
Jane "Hit the Wall" during our trip from Michigan to Tennessee to spend the night with her sister and brother in law. Too much seat time, not enough moving. Be good to get back to NC and get on with our building and my golf and joining the club. Good to see Stan and Nina. His shoulder still not recovered. Going to start weight training soon, but still awake all night with pain.
Thu Jun 18, 2015
Departure: 10:20 AM, Asheville, NC
Arrival: 4:00 PM, Crossville, TN
Miles: 162.7 miles
Travel Time: 5 hrs. 30 min.
The story of my life. Today didn't go the way we thought it would. We figured we would get, at ...
... along neck and neck with an 18 wheeler. The road begins to rise. He slows and you pull ahead. By the top of the hill you have left him behind, but now he is about to make it up. Cresting the hill he comes barreling down behind you, swerving out to pass you at about 75 miles an hour with a grinding roar of the engine and a concussion of air that makes your vehicle shudder. And right ahead the road climbs again. He slows. You pull ...