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... trailing the speed of the figure. I opened the door to beat Tim to the punch..... and found no one. I stepped outside, looking around and calling out, but there wasn't anyone around. The next day I was relaying the story to Jeanna. She craze and said, "Barret stop! Tim's always telling me about the battles, and the civil war, and soldiers who died in the fields searching endlessly for their way home. You have to stop talking about this right now." I did, ...
... drove towards Bardstown. Bardstown was voted America's most beautiful small town.
We found a gorgeous campsite situated right on a lake. Our first night being proper campers. We cooked a yummy meal on our two burner cooker, sat in the evening sun drinking American bud light.
The van is great to sleep in, a comfortable bed and blackout curtains - just like being at home.
After breakfast we drove into ...
... the Civil War, Myrtledene today offers a slightly more relaxed environment for its guests. The house is completely furnished in antiques and guests are encouraged to make themselves at home. A large yard with gardens, fish pond and sings is ideal for couples on a romantic retreat, readers looking for a peaceful spot of children who need a safe place to play. Myrtledene has been designated a Kentucky landmark by the Kentucky Heritage Committee.
... so I will just have to buck up and walk out the door without them.
Time to do a final final check to make sure nothing has been forgotten, one last cuddle with mu pups and then out the door we go!
Next post will be from London!
Safe travels and happy memories to all!
... they did not offer a taste of the $400 bottle)
It was great fun touring this history rich area; learning the origins of the distilleries’ founding families, how Prohibition affected them (1920-1933) and current day stuff.
Woodford Reserve is a huge sponsor of the Kentucky Derby held first weekend in May. Some day we would like to go to the Derby, alas not this trip as we need to be on the road to Gettysburg, PA.