This oil painting inside shows a better view than I can get with a camera, since the busy street is right in front.
The food is simple and delicious. I'm a fan of country ham.
B's catfish was good, too.
Just up the road is a swinging bridge that our family has been visiting throughout the years. It is almost required at this point that we park and stretch our legs on a little stroll across the river.
And of course, you have to swing and bounce it a little.
This time, a group of summer campers were paddling below.
They were rather an inexperienced bunch of youngin's and it was a little amusing to watch.
The views are nice as you quickly leave the mountains.
The further south we got, the higher the temperature rose. When we stopped for a little antiquing in mountainous Dillard, Georgia, it was 95 degrees. The fun was done. After leaving Dillard, around 2 or 3 o'clock, we ended up driving all the way home to Tallahassee that evening. Having left Tennessee and driven through the Smokey Mountain National Park, it was about a 700 mile driving day. At the end, the trip meter showed 2,540.1 miles for the nine-day Maryland trip.