Snug Hollow Farm Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Pretty good huh - I'm usually still in bed at that time! 9:45 - raining but not the freezing rain they warned us about - fingers crossed that it stays this way. 11:00. - rest stop. Bit of freezing rain but highway is fine. Have passed a lot of salt trucks... boy do they lace that stuff out. Had to watch our step - icy spots on the walkways and the curbs. Noon - weather clearing - 39F. No freezing rain at that temperature. Going through Columbus, ...
... completely gone they will not let you through and it’s your problem if you hit the side rails. We have noticed that almost all cars of little dents and scratches and ruined bumpers. We have also been given the finger a few times for merging normally. Just something to get used to I guess and it makes us extra cautious which is good. Anyway, we drove through the mountains and passed many small creepy ...
Long day of driving - 442 miles, about 7.5 hours.
We stay at this park usually on our way back home. It's comfortable, easy access, and good hookups. It is connected with a company that brings in live country entertainers throughout the year. We keep hoping we will be there when something is scheduled but have missed it so far.
Good nights sleep then on the road ...
A beautiful Kentucky day -- started with a foggy 39 degrees but this afternoon was a sunny 60. My plan had been to spend today at the reconstructed Fort Boonesborough, Kentucky's 2nd settlement, featuring artisans and pioneer reenactors. However, there has been a delay in opening up the Fort during the week... much to my disappointment. So off to plan B which started at White Hall State Historic ...
... us to a 30-minute show, Horses of the World, with a variety of breeds and their trainers in the show ring. After a grilled cheese lunch, I walked through the excellent International Museum of the Horse. It depicts the 50-million year history of the horse with comprehensive explanations and graphics, artifacts, paintings and other art, antiques, and carriages. Horse lovers could spend days in this museum. I, however, OD'd after 1.5 hours. Made one additional stop at ...