The United States is truly a wonderful country, as there are all kinds of people, different types of people, cultures, places of beauty and unique in every way, to which we are all lucky. Not long ago, somebody joined me from West Virginia, and I couldn’t help but let that familiar song flow through my head; “Take Me Home, Country Roads” Writer John Denver.
The hills of West Virginia are spectacular, I have been to every city in the country, and I cannot tell you that I have come a long way in West Virginia to take the long route, and I usually have more than I ever had, but I love the same advents. I’ve often wanted to stay longer. I have crossed the middle lanes and nowhere, not knowing where they have gone, but yearning for luck, taking chances, and exploring – it’s like the road is calling to me.
You think, if I had been on a Honda Goldwing instead of a motor driver, I would have been. Someday, I want to do this (Spring or Summer of course), just take one of the streets, just to see where they are going, such interest would be shared if you were there. Anyway, you could take advantage of it, and it struck a chord with you. Of course, that ancient road, John Denver had achieved, wrote down its meaning. You see, if you had seen what I saw, you would agree.
Yes, that ancient road, as it happens on Earth, one knows, somebody in W. Virginia, life was simpler, and more economical. I want to take everyone on the road, spend a year, and see everything. “Take me home, home” – well, to me, I’d rather do this in more states than W. Virginia, I’ve encountered the same in Montana, Wyoming New Mexico, California, Nevada, Idaho, Colado, Arizona, and New England. It’s amazing, what a beautiful country we live in.
However, W. Virginia is beautiful, wonderful, inspiring, entertaining, and wonderful. Yes, sometimes the weather can be tricky, but when it is a clear day, there is so much to see, it is so beautiful. Most people in the city don’t get a chance to see it, but they should. They should. Anyway, you might consider visiting W. Virginia, when I meet other people, and I’m sure you will too.