Trail of Tears Lodge & Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a welcome rest day. We now head into the hills of Kentucky. Some of us patronized the local bike shops and checked and adjusted our machines for the hills to come. I visited bike shops, thrift store, the local library and generally cruised around town looking for history. I found history in an old cemetary that is registered on the national historic preservation list. Woodlawn cemetary was the ...
We ventured out of Chester this morning competing for space on the highway for 8 miles with monstrous coal trucks!!! Shortly after reaching Cora, however, we were rewarded with miles of traffic-free riding on the Mississippi River Levee making our way through fields of corn and soy bean. Pure hell on the road followed by some of the most beautiful and peaceful cycling that you could ...
As we've travelled further south the weather has been getting progressively hotter so we decided to just do a short walk in the Pere Marquette State Park before we left rather than a long one. It turned out to be a wise choice as even this got us perspiring profusely, but the views were good from McAdam's Peak. However, we couldn't see the St Louis Arch in the distance as the brochure ...
... The sidewalls were up to enclose the performance but that was it. Thankfully it was a really beautiful day and perfect for an open air show.
The layout of the lot is really messy too; most of our homes were parked on one end of the park and the performer entrance had to be set up on the other side of the tent for the tiger enclosures to be rolled in and out, so everyone had quite a hike to get from their homes to the tent. Our ...
I think we finally have this camper about ready to go. We've done a lot of work trying to make it feel less like a trailer and more like home.
Lots of paint, removing old furniture, adding paneling. Switched out the queen bed with a twin and a toddler bed, and built a couch/bed contraption for me and Molly where the old air bed sofa was.
It feels really good in here. Now if everything will hold up on the road, we should be fine.