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A Drive Through A Lonesome Appalachian Holler In West Virginia

This is an Appalachian Holler in West Virginia. A holler, more formally known as a hollow, is a sheltered valley.

“You can usually tell you’re in a holler when you look around and see mountains in pretty much every direction; you’re on a road with no painted lines; and, a dead giveaway, when you see a dog standing right smack dab in the middle of the road staring at you like you’re about to play a game of chicken,” the couple said about their video.

So what’s it like to drive through a holler in the mountains of West Virginia? Check it out below.

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