The United States is truly a wonderful country, as there are all kinds of peoples, the diversity of people, the culture and the landscape are wonderful in every way, how lucky we are all. Some time ago, someone came in contact with me from West Virginia and I couldn’t help but let the famous song run through my head. “Take Me Home, Country Roads” by John Denver.
The mountains in West Virginia are impressive, I’ve been to every city in the country and I can’t tell you how many times I turned off the highway in West Virginia to follow a long scenic route and often got more than I traded, but I really liked it. the adventure. I often wanted to stay longer. I’ve been on the road in the middle of nowhere, I don’t know where they went, but I want to take a chance, make a turn and explore – it’s like the road was calling me.
Well, I guess if I were in a Honda Goldwing instead of a motor coach, maybe I would. One day, I would like to do it (Spring or Summer of course), just take one of those streets, just to see where it goes, so curious that you would share if you were in the same place there. Maybe, you will have the opportunity, and with fate you will dance. Yes, this old country road, John Denver got it right, he actually understood the point. You see, if you had seen what I saw, you would have agreed.
Yes, this old road, where one goes to Earth, someone knows, someone in West Virginia, was life is simple and plentiful resources. I would like to take all these roads, spend a year and see them all. “Take home a country road” – well, for me, I’d like to do it in more states than just Virginia. Colorado, Arizona and the states of New England as well. It’s amazing how beautiful a country we live in.
However, W. Virginia is so beautiful, so mysterious, so hospitable, so interesting, it’s just amazing. Yes, sometimes the weather is dangerous, but when it’s a clear day, there’s so much to see, it’s so beautiful. Many people in the city never have the opportunity to see it, but they should. It really should. Perhaps you will consider visiting Virginia, meeting some of the peoples and I am sure you will understand as well.