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Travelers here: A stop in Columbia, in search of good food

2014-07-11 - Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Jeffrey and Darlene Neeley parked their very interesting ride to search for a place to eat, and found one - on the Square, which satisfied both his appetite for Pork Chops & 2, and her vegetarian diet. The couple are residents of Byrdstown, Pickett County, Tennessee, and just happened through Columbia on a meandering summer ride. The The trike is a 2004 Honda Goldwing two wheeler, converted to a a three wheeler with a 2012 kit. The Neeleys came to Byrdstown, TN, 10 years ago after he retired from GM in Cincinnati, OH. At TaP's Diner, they met Johnny Vaughn, Dean of Adair County Assimilation Academy, but expressed no immediate interest in becoming Born Again Adair Countians. In fact, the matter didn't come up, but Mr. Neeley's comments vouched for the quality of the Fried Potatoes and the Pork Chops, indicating they might return to eat here someday. The picture is a posed up. Darlene Neeley was asked to do her best Nancy Reagin gaze, and did it, quite convincingly.
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