Saturday, October 6, 2007

The Southeast

We have seen a few states the last couple of days. They are all pretty close to eachother. AFter leaving Alabama we went through tennesee, Kentucky, Ohio and W .Virginia. I was pretty excited about going through Tennesse, I made Martin and David pull over at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. We didn't actually have much time, 'cos we lost an hour because of the timechange. But we went in to eat and check out the gift shop. And we saw the vintage guitars collection. I got some Elvis mints in a tin shaped like a guitar. Pretty funny... On our way out of town we drove by this cool looking bb King bar, and I told David to stop, but of course he didn't, that's why the picture I took, looks like this:



At one point we were running out of gas, so we had to stop in this tiny little town. The gas station was the place to hang out. It was pretty full in there. Inside there were tables and charirs and a bunch of people eating fried chicken. It was really small, but really crowded. The girl at the register asked David if we were planning on moving there, haha...

According to my tourist book, Kentucky is one of the most beautiful states to drive through. I have to say it's been the prettiest so far.



We finally arrived in Huntington, where we played at the Monkey bar.
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