Motel 6 Cloverdale
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Tuesday 25 August
Sad to leave Nashville and sad to leave our condo.
Driving north to Chicago with an overnight stop at Terra Haute to break the long drive.
An hour into the trip we stopped for petrol and crossed over from the state of Tennessee to the state of Kentucky.
Bill noticed a sign on the highway – exit here for Paducah and the National Quilt Museum. It was 84 miles away. Too far for a visit to take photo of where Mum, Dad and ...
... had also kindly came over early from her home to say a goodbye.
So off we go to Nashville, the weather is rainy, misty and weird but it makes a nice relaxing drive through the hills and forest. Along the way, I fit a quick 10-20minute powernap in, and then pass the time by catching up on the blogging on the laptop. We stopped about an hour out from Nashville for fuel and to stretch our legs.
... delayed 25 minutes and then an hour and now we're to leave at 9:00. The safety lights in the cabin weren't working and I think they just finally gave up on that plane and moved us all to a new gate. We're all now waiting - an overbooked flight - for the new plane to arrive. It's enough to make me go in search of some good bourbon. Hell, even some not so good ...
... change of clothes I 'mommy-made' him pack in his carry-on bag. As Rick Steves says, no one comes back from a trip abroad saying he wished he had packed more stuff, which is a lesson we are taking to heart. You have to understand the back story here. We're used to traveling by car and each trip finds at least one shirt, sometimes two, ...
... and one within the last 4 miles. We also had a lot of road/gravel road walking again today. We actually road walk a little too much near the end because the road we needed was not blazed, map marker #22. From map marker #22 to #23 there is zero blazes. We stopped only once while we were on US 46, not the safest walk or stopping point. We did notice a couple of places ...