Here it is 6:00am on day 4, and I am sitting in my first hotel room after boondocking at Walmart locations for the first two nights. Those two days were primarily travel days and nothing much to report except about 700+ miles of roads driven. About half the time was Interstate and the other State highways.
About the only observation about Kentucky and Tennessee is about all the Baptist churches I ran across. It seems that there must be about one Baptist church for every 30 residents and every one of them proclaims they are the “Truth” one. It’s really interesting to see all the names they call themselves by.
I often forget that for the most part every region of the country is pretty much the same now. Every medium size town has the same stores. Of course Walmart is one of them along with Kohl’s, Lowes, and on and on. I didn’t intend to do much exploring during these days until I got to my first official destination, which is where I am now, and that is The Villages, Florida. I will have more to say about that on my next post. I spent much of the day yesterday exploring this the world’s largest retirement community.