200,000 “small town America” miles behind us…

..and, lots more on the road(s) ahead.

Our 2010 tour-mobile just hit the 200,000 mile mark. We celebrated the moment by stopping at one of our favorite off-the-beaten-path places: The Good Earth Peanut Company in Skippers, VA (pop. 634).

http://www.goodearthpeanuts.com

It was lunch time and we were hungry. Bart got his favorite, low carb treat: roasted sea salt and cracked pepper peanuts.

Rorie, well…let’s just say she deluded herself (again). She insisted her choice was the healthiest: double dipped milk chocolate peanuts, which she said packed a big wallop of dairy and protein. And, hey, “0% trans fat” (Sigh).

There you have it: today’s road food report. Stay tuned for news about our continuing adventures, spotlighting nice folks doing awesome things in really cool countryside places.

NEXT STOP: “The 2 Ks” (Kentucky and Kansas)

One thought on “200,000 “small town America” miles behind us…

  1. Sorry, Bart, but I’ve got to go with Rorie’s double-dipped chocolate peanuts! Maybe I should order some Good Earth peanut brittle for Bill. That’s his favorite!

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