Day Thirteen: On The Road And On The Mend

Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky.
Mammoth Cave National Park in Kentucky.

We would have liked to spend another day in Nashville, but I needed some downtime to help kick this cold and we didn’t want to fall behind schedule. Donna did most of the driving this morning so I could rest a bit. We stopped in Kentucky at Mammoth Cave National Park, which was fun, but Carlsbad is a tough act to follow.

By dinnertime, I was already starting to feel better. We stopped in Huntington, West Virginia and ate at Black Sheep Burrito & Brews. Huntington is a small town, but it was very apparent as soon as we walked in that we picked the right place. The food and service was awesome and we really dug the vibe. A lot of my friends bust my chops about my Yelp dependency, but I take my food very seriously and there is absolutely no reason in this day and age to subject yourself to a lousy meal, especially when you’re in the middle of nowhere.

After dinner, we drove for a couple of more hours before checking in to a hotel. Tomorrow, we head to Pittsburgh.

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