Knights Inn Paris
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... much the middle of nowhere. Not all that far away, in the city of Emporia, at the intersection of Highway 58 and I-85, gas was $2.99! ......hum? City taxes or interstate convenience?
This trip was definitely at the height of the fall colors. You can't help but love seeing all the yellows and reds with a mix of the evergreens. Add to that the ...
... by habit exactly what to do as they were ushered into
their stalls, eight at a time..
MILKING THE COWS
The first thing was to disinfect each tit with a cup of disinfectant quickly popped over the tit. After going down the 2 rows with the disinfectant we gave our assigned cow a gentle swat on the closest leg to give notice and not catch her by surprise. The actual milkers are like mini vacuums that are put on each tit and ...
... from the urban charms of the Washington state Puget Sound to the wide open spaces of a Kentucky dairy and produce farm. To see our dear friend comfortably transplanted and settled with all of her newly acquired extended family was a delight – like an oasis in a desert in the midst of long traveling sessions en route to our next destination of Raleigh, NC.
... I was not as prepared to handle the rough terrain as I thought I was, I'm gonna need some off road practice.
I also got to see the Ft. Donelson National Cemetery where many generations of America's finest were laid to rest, including one Sheets (even he was just a baby at the time of his death, it still counts).
My stay here was relatively short but incredibly powerful.
... time, as if we needed another 'medium' to add to our anxiety! We said our goodbyes and were off to Camden, TN... We rode all of five blocks into town where we decided to stop at Waverly's Cafe for a couple of lunch-to-go's. If there had been a choice, this would have been it, they had everything and more that one would want in a coffee shop. Have we mentioned that conversation follows us everywhere, so a 'quick' fifteen minutes and we're out the door! ...