Teeny, tiny towns and horseshoe pitchers
So, we’re on a South-North road trip. As is often the case, we discover so many cool things…randomly.
For example, we stumbled on the National Horseshoe Pitcher Association World Championship. Whaaat?
Bart walked around the site where “ringers” (?) were practicing for the next day’s competition. Very cool.
After leaving South Carolina, we headed to and through North Carolina. Imagine our surprise when we found the iconic little town called Micro (population 498). As they say about some places, “there’s no there there” in Micro.
It’s truly a tiny town.
Continuing our sojourn North, we found refuge in a very comfortable Maryland hostelry located in the small community of Middle River.
After driving through areas with challenging weather (lightning and torrential rain), it was a real pleasure to arrive to a place with beautiful calm skies.
TOMORROW: New England… here we come!