Road Trip Across America – (Part 3: Mammoth Cave, a M4 Sherman Tank, and the Original KFC)

America is a big country. By my calculations, I’ve driven over 45 hours already, and I’m still somewhere in its belly. Curiously, as large as it is, most people outside of the US identify America as California and New York City. Hollywood and the entertainment industry has a lot to do with this but there is actually a lot more “stuff” between the two coasts.

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Leg two of my journey takes me across the width of the country. I started where I left off in Part 2, in Knoxville, Tennessee. In just four days, I passed through Kentucky, Missouri, Kansas, and reached Denver, Colorado. Some say the second act of a play is always a little slow. The second movement is usually an Adagio. I can’t say this part of the road trip was bursting with excitement, but I did have a few adventures.

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