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Ginger Ale and Appalachian Settlers

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I woke up in Dillon, South Carolina with one thing on my mind, and I found it at South of the Border. It wasn't kitsch I was seeking. It was Blenheim's. But it turns out the surreal roadside attraction on Interstate 95 provides plenty of kitsch and plenty of Blenheim's.
Source: Ruminations From The Distant Hills

I like Ginger Ale, too. But this Blenheim's sounds a bit scary. Our local Walmart "sometimes" has Vernors available, which I snap up when I see it.

Also, John Norris Brown has started a series of podcasts with a focus on things Appalachian. I hope he continues to pursue the effort.

Thank you very much for the link. I'm glad you like the podcast :-)

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