White Oak Lodge & Resort
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Today was a typical day in the Appalachian hills. Lots of climbing and dealing with dogs? I have never seen more nasty dogs than along the roadsides in Kentucky. Two days ago one of our number was bitten and had to spend his weekend getting rabies shots. ...
North Meets South
"What did you say?" I ask. “You lied about my age, and now I have to lie too?”
“The 4-H exchange applicants for 1966 have to be at least 15 years old,” Mom replies. “And you are 14-1/2. That's close enough. It will be a good experience for you.”
Mom is driving me to the 4-H bus in Traverse City, MI at 6:00 a.m., on a ...
... should have gotten that but then when I tasted my fish it was also fabulous. It was a lovely setting on the roof too and a pleasant night temperature wise. I think at some point I actually became so overwhelmed with exhaustion I was actually dizzy and just wanted to get back and go to bed. We got back and Bridget had called and said she set us up a reservation for Alligator Soul for tomorrow night at 7:30. We don’t have a hotel yet but I figured we could find something. ...
... since the Smokies are out. Hey Odie! We passed an Odie Hills Golf Course some where on this crazy Hiway. It's good to be on the road again. We are just at home in our tent and car. We truly enjoyed our visit with Darwin and Georgia, especially The Outer Banks, but leaving him with the Mom part of it was not a good feeling, but can't be helped. Love to all and to all a good-night. Traveller ...
... hiking trail and took photos of the tunnel and surrounding scenery.
Afterwards, we headed to the nearby township of Kingsport, Tennessee. Using our GPS affectionately called ‘Virginia’ after her origin, we asked her to find downtown Kingsport. Her directions led us to Abraham Lincoln Elementary School which must have been the geographic centre of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking