Trip Start May 01, 2013
186Trip End May 01, 2014
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The best thing was that we stopped for gas and bought a little over 50 gallons and it was $3.05 per gallon! We couldn't believe it. Wish we needed another 25 gallons.
You'll be glad to know that I did find another dead armadillo for my road kill stew tonight!! I think I may even have seen a fox, but he didn't have enough meat left to bother with - but that armadillo - hardly touched...Red Neck Stew - mmmmm, good!!
I also want you to know that my first bullet is going to Puxatony Phil - wasn't that rodent all excited about an early spring? What? I don't THINK so...although after we got to Gatlinburg it got quite nice - about 77 degrees. Felt good.
We saw some of the Smokey Mountains today, went thru the Pisgah National Forest, crossed the Continental Divide and the Appalachian Trail and walked a nice trail after we got the coach all nailed down. Gatlinburg is quite a busy little city - probably a lot like Mrytle Beach. Some is Alpine Village and the rest is restaurants, shops, motel, hotel and attractions.
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