Here was a surprise: An ATM machine in the back of a trailer.
Instead of the 'Quiet Please' signs on the course, a Southern touch: 'Hush - Y'All'.
After seeing the tournament in Memphis on Thursday, we made the 414 miles to Maynardville, TN in one day. A long day was made longer by a horrible accident that tied up traffic for miles.
We went 3 miles in 1 1/2 hours while they cleaned things up.
Arriving mid afternoon, we made it to our destination and got set up. Five years ago, Mike leveled out a parking space for the Roadrunner and couple of years ago we ran water and had 50 amp electric hookups installed.
It has worked out great.
We spent the evening hanging out in the backyard catching up with every body.
First thing on the agenda on Saturday morning was breakfast at 33 Diner. It is a terrific country diner with food that you can eat once in a while. The ladies that run the place were nice enough to let me take their picture.
After that, nephew Joey came over and we decided to go 40 miles up the road and play golf in Kentucky at Wasioto Woods. Its a great course. We both had pretty good rounds going.
Another 'must do' while here was stopping at Hammers discount store. They have 15 stores in the region and there is always a bargain to find. We've been going to Hammers since 1979.
Then top off for another great day in Tennessee was some Sm ore's around our portable fire pit by the Roadrunner.
That's all for this look at the Roadrunner Chronicles. Thanks for joining us!