Shaker Tavern Bed and Breakfast
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... and the Weather Channel announced that I-95 (our route) was closed in places due to the flooding. We decided that it was not worth the risk and on our way through Cincinnati, Wendel called and encouraged us to go to Nashville. It did not take much convincing. After hearing the stories about Grandma Gertrude and Joe restoring corvettes and driving them around the States, we couldn't resist stopping in Bowling Green for the night - it's the home of the National Corvette ...
... mile in length before the terrain around the cave dropped down to meet us at a lower exit point. Buses met the party there for the return to the Park Visitor Centre. A wonderful tour.
Afterwards, and following a recommendation, we drove the short distance to Cave City, although we took a wrong turning at one point. This did give us the sighting of three turkeys along the roadside, before we retraced our route to the correct road. A reminder that ...
... 100 waiting to
climb over her while she sleeps tonight! And no photo of it as I was
focused on the dying of the bug rather than the photographing of it
but it had white bits on its fuzzy black legs eeeewww.
When the doors opened we got in line to
get a ticket to the Domes and Dripstones tour. This is 2 hours long,
covers ¾ mile of caves and has 500 steps including the first 280
step descent underground. They offer several different lengths ...
After a quick bite (and a free donut) at Krispy Kreme, we dropped Sonia off for work at the university, and I went to the post office to send home the giant pack of Personal Effects. That was a day's work in itself. This form, that form, how much contents, precisely on which line, how much they cost and what they weigh... Nothing illegal in there I think, unless you DON'T CARE ABOUT THE CHILDREN because a lot of it is school stuff for my little ...
... and Confederate forces. But they mentioned that one of their difficulties was firing down on the enemy ascending the mountain, because the cannonballs would roll out of the muzzle. Really? DUWEEEEE. War is stupid anyway.
Drove up Route 41, but missed the turn somewhere, so we were on these very narrow roads, going through every small has-been towns, making nail-biting ...