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... including the crossing is now part of
Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, an NPS unit oriented toward hiking with
a trail along the top of the ridge for the length of the park. The park itself,
though, is quite small in comparison with Shenandoah or Great Smokies. I just
checked out the visitor center and drove up to the Pinnacles Overlook, a
viewpoint over the gap with a view of the three states, a pleasant view but ...
3:30 pm - Finally reached Tennessee! We had another hour long, slow-moving delay near Corbin, Kentucky. I'd driven 80 miles and the breeze is really stiff. We decided to take a stretch break at the Tennessee Welcome Station.
Now, back in the car, Grant is driving the rest of the way to ...
Woke up this morning to 22 degrees and clear. Yesterday it snowed on and off all day although it never did stick to the ground. Now we have officially reached the coldest weather we will probably see on our trip. Love our down comforters.
Today we drove to Bowling Green, Kentucky where we will be for three nights.
Now that we are back on this side of the pond I wanted to share a couple of our photos to end this blog. Hope you have enjoyed our adventure. The blog only allowed 5 photos... Not sure I picked the best but I must say they are ...
The drive through from Washington has been spectacular. Kentucky country is just beautiful with a very green countryside. The homes are quite traditional as you see in the movies generally having a large well kept space of lawn around them and usually no fences. A lot will have the American flag out the front and a star. I have asked the significance of the star and Kym, Jaimie's friend tells me that it is ...