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TAT-1b Wet in a Dry County

As I arrive in Lynchburg, TN it is raining. But I don’t get down. I ride past the large stone and metal gates and park the KLR just as the rain starts to let up. I guess the clouds got the memo about Lynchburg being in a dry county!

I head inside the large wooden doors where I am greeted by a tiny, but life-sized statue of one Mr. Jack Daniels. The clock behind him states that is 3:30 p.m. I have passed into the central time zone and didn’t even know it. Woo hoo! An extra hour!

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This is an excerpt from my latest contribution to RoadRunner Motorcycle Touring & Travel Magazine

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