The Treehouse on Stoner Creek B&B
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... be discouraged, travel on! Then we arrived at our luxury campground, not! The photographer must have been amazing! We all felt like we had arrived at aka campground iDeliverance. We headed out the next morning for Lost River Cave. It was pretty amazing to take a boat ride through a cave, however; the water made it a definite hard hat area! We had hoped to canoe the Green River in Mammoth Caves area, but the river was up over ...
... on Jambalaya and Chicken Etoufee and then hung out for the afternoon. Caroline and I were the last ones there and the parents suggested since I still had another night free from work, and Caroline was still on maternity, that we join then out at Herrington Lake. Still having all our travel stuff in the van we said, "Why ...
... packed and we were on the road. (Public service message "if your wife is Kenyan, tell her to be ready to go 5 hours prior to necessary departure time, this is especially important if flying")
This is our first trip of any distance with the baby and in the new to us 2007 Dodge Caravan. Both did well, Abcde seems to enjoy rolling down the road and the van did just fine. Traffic was a cluster as we neared Cincinnati and, as we had gotten a very late start, we were unable ...
... but quickly spread through much of Eastern Germany. Meanwhile, similar but independent movements were spreading through many other countries in Europe, such as those started by Calvin and Zwingli (in Geneva and Zürich, respectively). These movements were adopted in the more liberal parts of Switzerland, while Catholicism still had a hold on the rural parts of the country, resulting in a stark dichotomy between the classes. Back in Germany, as the movement gained ground, ...
... distillery, started in 1812. Steve, our Guide, was VERY passionate about his bourbon. In the storage area, we shared the "Angels Chair". The aroma of thousands of barrels of Bourbon in various stages of aging is quite amazing. Then, the tasting, followed by the mandatory stop in the gift shop to purchase a bottle (and some Bourbon Balls). NIce day. Texas Roadhouse next door to hotel. All good.