The Kentucky mountains have two things in great abundance:
2. Men sporting Mullets.
It is really beautiful up here. We are sharing a cabin with several young and enthusiastic people in the show. I fell just a tad like a camp councilor. The cabin where we landed houses most of the tech guys. They are all outside by the woods right now, burning scrap wood from the set and smoking... stuff. They seem to be pretty nice fellas. "Stuff" does that to ya though. I don't think I've ever met a mean "stuff" smoker. I don't know though, they may just be smoking good old home-grown tobacco.
Amber and I got lost in the mountains on our way back from the town food market, creatively named, "Food Town," as opposed to "Food Suburb," or "The Greater Food." Food Town had two things in abundance in its isles:
1. The biggest selection of Little Debbies I've ever seen.
2. Men sporting Mullets deciding on which Little Debbies they want for breakfast.
Getting lost in mountains, in the dark, is a tad creepy. A deer came flying out of the woods and in front of the car. I spared her life, or she spared mine. I think the deer had a mullet. However, it could have been a trick of the light. You know, like when you look at a light and then you look away and still see light? The deer could have just appeared to have a mullet from me staring too long at some dude's mullet whilst he gathered the ingredients for his morning Little Debbie omelet.
Yes, this post is just a tad on the city-slicking snob side.
Did I mention how beautiful it is up here?