50 miles, 762 total.
Ahhhhh! A rest day tomorrow. The group leader asked how many people wanted to spend two nights in a motel and the hands couldn’t fly up any faster! After soaking hot showers we walked over to Cracker Barrel for a huge meal along with sundaes for dessert. We waddled back to the motel.
Berea is known as the craft capital of Kentucky . . . for its local craftsmen and for the College where students also contribute to keeping the local crafts alive. I don’t think we’ll see much made in China tomorrow.
Berea College, with a student population of 1,500, is unique in that students do not pay tuition. Students must work 10-15 hour/week and must pay for room, board, and books.
Here’s a map showing how far we’ve come in the 18 days since we left Yorktown, Virginia.
Russ, you must see a bunch of roadkill as you’re peddling along. Anything that has especially caught your eye? – Dwight “Bud” McElroy, Dister, West Virginia
Actually, Bud, it’s surprising how little we see of unfortunate little critters. We did, however, come across one that caught our attention. There was a rhino crossing sign before we came across this guy so it shouldn’t have been a surprise.