Diamond Oaks Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... 8212;building underway in Williamstown, KY, north of where we were, scheduled to open in 2016. They pledge to feature a full-sized ark, complete with petting zoo. You can donate now. Before you do, consider that the billboard advertising the site was addressed to: "our intolerant liberal friends…." I am not tempted to visit, but if I were tempted to visit I would be tempted to ask how a boat that size could ...
... gems are just sitting on the ground. We didn't find any, but it's an engaging activity; you end up really trying to find your prizes amongst the millions of tiny stones your either sift through or sluice. I was exhausted by the effort, myself, but I have to say the facilities here are very good. I would do it again sometime in the future.
Today, we head back home. The weather itself may be our on the road adventure, but so far, so good.
... Yellowtooth” saga. The dads made the story up (some ahead of time, but most as they went along) and it included all the things boys want in their stories (mostly bodily functions). They’ve been doing this for a few years now, and it was awesome - Dean laughed the whole time.
The rest of the park was awesome too. We dug for diamonds in a big field (a volcano brought them to ...
What a day. We planned to break camp early and head to Crater of Diamonds State Park. According to Google Maps, it should be just under 4 hours. But when everything goes wrong on the road, it actually takes 7 hours! Here’s a rundown of the drive:
- Woke up to more strong wind. Had to get the truck and camper ready to go in the cold, with the wind blowing everything all over the place. I could barely hold the door open without ...
... town, it was obvious the impact that the down turned economy had on this tourist destination, several run down & closed hotels. After a bit we settled in on getting lunch at the Brick House Grill. Shane and I both had their potato soap and salad. Service and food were both good. Nothing rave worthy but good enough. The sweet tea was yummy - which served as a subtle confirmation that we were indeed in the south. After lunch we decided to head ...