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May 26, 2014 - West Virginia

a bit of breakfast, loaded up and on the rode again heading north to the New River Gorge And not as the names means the river has been there some 65 million years, actully being one of the oldest river, for many years you could not cross the gorge but had to drive many miles up and down it but a bridge was built to ease the trip, then back on the road to Gauley Bridge and a water falls a nice stop. Watched a few rail cars being filled with West Virginia coal, then on to check out the Capital building in Charleston, as it was Memorial Day it...

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Jun 16, 2009 - Salt Lick, Kentucky

We have spent the past few days at a great RV park called "Cottonwoods RV Park" right off of Rt. 70 in Columbia, Missouri. We left early,traveled through towns in Indiana named Santa Clause, French Lick, Tell City and crossed back into Eastern Standard Time. We turned onto Rt. 64 in St. Louis, Mo. We had hoped to get some mileage behind us today so we started planning where we would stop for the night. We wanted Thursday to be an easy day of driving so if we could just get through Lexington, Ky we would only have to drive 8 hours to...

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Nov 29, 2007 - Publishing; Salt Lick, Kentucky

Thursday, November 29, 2007 We got ready to leave Milton, West Virginia after seeing the Coal House in Williamson, West Virginia, going on the Hatfield and McCoy Driving Tour, touring the Blenko Glass Company, driving to Madison, West Virginia to see the Coal Heritage Museum and then to Charleston, West Virginia to see the Abraham Lincoln Walks at Night statute. At 10:41 am we left the Huntington/Fox Fire KOA. It was partly sunny, windy, and 50˚. Our trip began on Fox Fire Road and then we turned onto US 60. Next we turned onto CR 60 and...

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