The Country Lodge at Sabbath Song Farm

1331 Toadvine Road, Brooksville, Kentucky, 41001, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 1331 Toadvine Road, Brooksville.
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    Wheels rolling northward...FINALLY!

    A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids on Jul 14, 2013

    11 comments, 11 photos

    First of all, just because you received this blog from us, that doesn't mean you have to continue doing so. Feelings won't be hurt in the least if you would prefer to NOT be on the mailing list. Some of you were on the list before on some previous blogs, and some of you asked to be added (or at least I THINK I remember that you did!!). I know that all of us are busy with our lives, and if this is just one more of those things you would prefer not to have to deal they say ...

    Moving!!!! Finally!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by janedavid on Jul 10, 2013


    Well, we are finally rolling again!!! Paul finished his dental work and can chew again! Six weeks in total to get an appointment and to get the final teeth! It rained for six straight days over the Fourth of July and we are completely over it!!! In any case, we are on our way to Paris! Paris, Kentucky that is which is about four hours from where we were staying in Rutledge, Tennessee. All the geese came out this morning to say goodbye! ...

    Arches and Bulldogs

    A travel blog entry by harnishtrip2013 on Jun 14, 2013

    4 photos

    After getting up at 6:30, Greg made waffles for us. They were delicious! We started driving again at 9, stopping at Walmart to find charging cords to replace the ones we left at home. At around 5, we arrived at St. Louis, MO and the Gateway Arch. It was quite the adventure to find parking for a 35' truck and trailer! The monument was really big and interesting, but not really different than ...

    Hello Ohio!

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on May 06, 2013

    2 photos

    ... was in town and made us feel right at home. This is why I love small towns; these folks didn’t know us from anyone, but because we were with the circus, they immediately knew they could trust us implicitly (case in point: they’re leaving the side garage door open so that we can access the fridge in there for soda or beer). That also says a lot about Kelly Miller Circus and we’re so proud to be working in their name.

    They recommended ...

    Bringing it Back Home

    A travel blog entry by stanfalk on May 08, 2012


    ... an eye out for the federales who might want to put me in the can for drinking a few Modelos on park property. Tacos and beer always have had a way of rousing my inner Hemingway and on my way back home I got to thinking I probably ought to use that inspiration to wrap up the old travel blog once and for all.

    I got lazy with it for the last few months I was on the road because there is only so much you can write about surfing. ...