The one downside to traveling on weekends is that we are forced to take the interstates to reach our destination quickly. As you know, that is one of the worst ways to see the country. We find ourselves traveling on the same roads quite often. If we are heading south, we are going through Kentucky on I-71 or I-75. The same is true for northern trips to Michigan. Most trips east or west involve I-70. To escape the monotony and homogenization, we attempt to find someplace interesting to stop. With the Airstream we always have to consider parking. I thought I would start a little series on worthwhile roadside stops. Just a few miles from the interstate, there is a whole world out there.
For my fist installment, I will highlight the small town of Berea, Kentucky.
We picked up this Brawney Mountain Whisk hanging in our kitchen in Berea.
Lucy helped me with a much needed Airstream bath.
Melizza is also freshening the Airstream with some new pillows. We are looking at reupholstering the dinette cushions with a dark grey leather and perhaps a solar upgrade later this season.