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... the safest place I can be right now.", I tried to tell myself. Nearby, there were people who didn't have the option of climbing into a truck. Tents were making that whiffling sound that nylon makes in a storm. Lights were popping on, illuminating the domed fabric and revealing furtive, frantic movements of people waking up and reacting to the storm. I watched a tumbleweed roll by. Oops. Not a tumbleweed. A tent. "Uh-oh. This isn't good." A little bit of ...
... the cool side, we have not had many bugs messing up the windshield! When the windshield has been messy, it has also rained just enough to keep the windshield clean – very nice for looking at all this beautiful scenery. We arrived at our campground and settled in for a good night's sleep!
... a building over the site and have spent the last 40 years excavating the area and studying the remains of the animals they are finding. It was an awesome experience to see an active site where paleontologists are working on a daily basis. We got a personal tour of the site, including meeting with a leading Russian scientist ( Olga) who gave us a behind the scenes tour of her lab where she explained what was going on and how it was done. The ...
... loaded up the car, then hopped on I-75 northbound out of Atlanta. While western Kentucky was the destination, of more immediate concern was a Chick-fil-a in Cartersville, where Holly had her first sweet tea in over a month. My, how she perked up!
On through Nashville and then to Mammoth Cave (just outside of Bowling Green, KY), where we spent 3 nights camping. Highlights included: a cool 8 mile hike on Saturday, a "wild cave" adventure ...
... saw Mt. Rushmore in the distance through a break in the trees. Wow! I felt like seeing this monument was as momentous as seeing the Grand Canyon or Niagara Falls. It's so iconic that to actually see it in person seems like a dream at first.
The Presidents featured at Rushmore are George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. (Teddy was included because he had some friends of the sculptor and may have ...