Argillite, Kentucky

Day 780

     On our way to Lexington, Kentucky, we stoped at a KOA campground, located in Argillite, Kentucky, along the way. The name refers to argillite, a type of stone, related to shale. Again, we just hung around the campground. It was an interesting trek through the mountains to get here. 

Technical Stuff:

Greenbrier River, West Virginia to Argillite, Kentucky 191.2 miles

3 hours 53 minutes

9.6 MPG

Diesel $3.20

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