This is the Corvette museum, in Ohio. I missed a lot of unusual sights on this trip, since I kept putting the camera away. The last day, we were focused on getting home, and out of the car. So we drove past many things too quickly to document them. Texas has many beautiful hilly areas, and a lot of flat on the west side. Kentucky is lovely. We were in Loretta Lynns hometown overnight. We saw the Loretta Lynn restaurant, flea market, and trucking company, among other businesses. Our hotel manager rolled her own smokes in between checking people in. And our waitress there had 2 black eyes. Rick supposed she got them fighting off mountain men, since a few were in the dining room.
Here you see Jesus, just rising from the water, or sinking into it. We were quite surprised to see him a little ways north of Cincinnati.
I have my states mixed up, I know.
This is a view of Cincinnati, from Covington, Kentucky. It’s actually quite pretty. Too bad I had to dig out the camera, and missed the best shot.
I know now, the T stands for Tennesee. Tennesee is lovely. We drove a long way through Arkansas. It is a lot like west Texas. But there seems to be more poverty. The scenery is not compelling.
An amusing name for a Kentucky park.
We stopped here to get a map.
I think there are 323 things I made this year, at least. The beige knitting you saw last week, was finished into a pair of slippers for Karen. That, and the 2 Guadelupe quilts I did on this trip, make 323.
A large pyramid, in Memphis. Tonight we are in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. For the first time in 3 days, we wear our coats to walk into dinner. It’s been from 80* to 30*s.
A very large Pilgrim head in Pilgrim, Texas.