Word of the Day - Journey
The girls talk about what journeys they have experienced. Beth speaks of her current medical journey. Leslie talks about the mythology of the hero's journey.
A Little Sweet...
Leslie is still working on the Kathleen sweater.
A Little Tart...
|Blue Highways by William Least Heat-Moon|
Beth reviews books about journeys by her favorite writers, including River Horse, PrairyErth and Blue Highways and other books by William Least Heat-Moon; A Walk Across America and Along the Edge of America by Peter Jenkins and Blue Highways Revisited by Edgar I Ailor III and Edgar I Ailor IV. Leslie mentions her friend Deb Goodrich, a local girl moved to Kansas and a historian.
A Little Unexpected...
The girls share a special evening spent at The Crooked Road Cafe at the Cockram Mill Complex and talk about the other great restaurants in Meadows of Dan. The history of Cockram Mill is discussed with memories of the Dan River Queen riverboat.
The Crooked Road - Virginia's Heritage Music Trail and some of the history of music in the area, including the Bristol sessions and Sammy Shelor. Reynold's Homestead and some activities sharing music of different genres, such at the Second Sunday Music and Jazz on the Lawn.
Your hosts wrap up the show with the word for next time, chosen by a listener and they will return in two weeks with another episode.
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