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It was a late start out of Langley AFB because we had to load the truck, van, and car for the trip. Then we had to check out of temporary lodging and clear housing. It was almost 10:30 when we got on the interstate and headed west.
We made it to Knoxville around 7 PM. There was a couple of spots of traffic and a couple of rain showers, but all in all, it was a pretty uneventful day. Kegan ...
Hi everyone!! Hope you are all well!! Just arrived in Knoxville. Dad done all the driving again but didn't get pulled over today phew!! We had breakfast in the ihop in Greensboro it was lush !! The views driving here were awesome we went through the smoky mountains we were so high up we got caught up in ...
... But how about that match between Japan and Greece? Greece played almost the entire match one man short but were able to force a scoreless draw. It was great fun listening to the Scottish announcer talking about what a great match Socrates was having while Honda just couldn't find the net. Really, those were their real names!
Good night from Tennessee!
We began the morning in Clinton just north of Knoxville. We drove Rt 25 also known as Thunder Road back during prohibition. Seems this is beginning of car racing as they would beef up the cars to run moonshine on Rts 25 & 33.
We were looking for a place to eat and found the Apple Blossom Cafe in Clinton. We walked in and all eyes turned to the strangers or was it because I was wearing pants/jeans? ...
... experiences in each place. As I read through each country's history section in the Lonely Planet guidebook, I was finding a common theme which I've outlined below.
1000 BC - 900 AD The Era of the Maya
1520s Spanish Conquerors arrived
1530s - 1550s Indigenous resistance
1550s – 1800s Disease adaptation, intermixing, Spanish rule