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Day 59. Thursday 23 July 2015
We walked to the Shut-ins. They are rapids and slides formed when the stream narrows through the rocky walls. They are quite beautiful and we watched as lots of people enjoyed themselves. We enjoyed the exercise of the walk.
We drove through the town of Arcadia and saw the mark from the cannonball in the wall of the courthouse (from the Civil ...
95, 90, 85, 80 degrees
8 hours 15 minutes
We are home!! We left Nashville around 10 and hit the road for a straight shot home. When you are at the end, you want to just get home. It's a mental thing. If we knew we had another stop, we'd be good with it but since we know its over, we want to just get home.
On the way, we stopped in Louisville at Churchill Downs. I have a ...
... home...chilled a little...veros dad went to the gym and we had a ride on his harley ;-))) long time ago since i was riding a bike...its still so much fun and the harley sound is amazing. vero and dad mowe the lawn together ;-)) so funny ;-) vero rode the mowen lawer !! Hahaa...the first trying was soo ...
We woke up at 9 something and made breakfast for all of us. Our favorite dish...bananapancakes.
Daddy was at work...but he was so damaged from the night before that he was back for a quick nap ;-)
So we had breakfast all together at 11.30 ;-)
vero played with cesar and gave him a bath outside in his gate.
... cider and Jim Beam fire with cinnamon.
The Bookers bourbon had the biggest kick and the Apple Cider bourbon went down the easiest.
New Zealand is the third biggest importer in the world of Jim Beam bourbon and we got our first bottle in 1967, 8 years before Australia.
We hit the road leaving Kentucky and headed to Nashville, Tennessee. So we went from bourbon country to the country music state.