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The US Route 36 Experience (Continued)

Days 5 – Travel as I Have Envisioned It Could Be! After carefully hooking up and departing the steep, awkward camping spot in Wallace State Park, MO, we were on the road, and soon in Kansas. We were a little … Continue reading

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The Forks Inn: “…confluence of Highland hospitality and comfort.”

Rooms at the Inn We recently traveled to West Virginia for a family reunion, and I took the initiative to arrange lodging since we decided not to take the camper. Wanting to avoid the numbered motels, I was looking for … Continue reading

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The Village Tavern, Sewanee, Tennessee

A Restaurant Experience Sewanee is a college town—the University of the South—with plenty of hungry college students around looking for a change from food in the dining hall. The Village Tavern is clearly a college town eatery featuring a good … Continue reading

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John T’s BBQ – Winchester, Tennessee

“Classic BBQ in a comfortable vintage setting.” It seems we often find the most enjoyable eating establishments when we have no idea where we are going. So it was last night. The Setting – Comfortable and Relaxed If I had … Continue reading

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River Café, Normandy, TN – Comfort Food Well Done

What do an 1852 railroad town, Waylon Jennings’ black Cadillac, George Dickel whiskey, and a restored Shasta camper have in common? The answer is Nikki Mitchell and her River Café in Normandy, Tennessee. Here is the breakdown: Normandy was established … Continue reading

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