I’m spending time on the blog today, something I have neglected terribly. I’ll backtrack later on my 2018 travel season. But for now, I would like to tell you a little about Kingsport, Tennessee and the surrounding area known as the Tri-Cities.
I arrived Sunday to see my brother Scott and sis-in-law Stacy. They picked me up in Charlotte, North Carolina which is 3 hours and 17 minutes away! I fly into Charlotte because I try and refuse to fly any airline but Southwest Airlines. They must like me or really need a dog sitter. We drove back and stopped for dinner at a groovy place in Johnson City, Tennessee called White Duck Taco Shop. We all had different tacos. I recommend the Thai Peanut Chicken or the Shrimp Diablo (have water handy!). The restaurant is located in the historic and newly fancied-up Tweetsie Railroad Depot; adjoining the Yee-Haw Brewing Taproom. The Duck offers skee ball, bocce ball, and plenty of outdoor seating with a fire-pit.
My brother Scott gets wound up once a week at the prospect of beer and whiskey night at Stir Fry Cafe where on Tuesday they have craft drafts starting at $2 for a pint and whiskey shots starting at $5. Wednesdays and Saturdays feature half-price sushi! Yummers!
Lunch specials can be had any day at The Main Street Pizza Company where we had a small salad and a slice for a very reasonable price and it was mighty tasty.
We had to walk off all of that food so my brother and I took the pup Jazz to the The Kingsport Green Belt for a nice and reasonably easy morning hike. Lot’s of Eastern Bluebirds, woodpeckers and waterfalls.
My journey here continues for many more weeks. Looking forward to telling you all about it!
Wishing you a Happy New Year from Free and Roaming.