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... was difficult to maneuver on these dirt roads. So we headed to a Cracker Barrel. We have never been there and the boys lived it and packed down a huge meal! Then over the border to Kentucky. Louiville Kentucky in defiantly not the prettiest places I have seen! Whew, the traffic was horrific and the interstate goes right through the middle of the city!! Rich again was not too happy in packed traffic with semi trucks and 5:00pm traffic! We wizzed pass the ...
We had a short journey today of 45 miles to permit the group to visit Mammoth Caves. Some of us just enjoyed a slow ride through the country in fine weather and used the day to rest for the three longer days to follow. An interesting geological feature of the counties that we traveled through, other than the caves, was the presence of naturally occurring rock asphalt. The asphalt can be laid without heating and does not buckle in heat or ...
Stopped at Mammoth Cave National Park on our way out of Kentucky. Its the largest cave system in the world and so amazing. Our tour was 2 hours long and only cost us $12 a piece. Some places were so tight you had to squat to get through and others were so wide open it was like being in a cathedral.
Author's note: Sorry the pictures are so fuzzy. There was very little light (naturally) and so the photos came out blurry.
... for the future was to brown lots of diced bacon
before adding the veggies. Okay, I'll
concede it probably would have been better but they were still good.
Tuesday was CAVING DAY!
Our RV park is directly across the street from Diamond Caverns and just
a few miles from Mammoth Cave National Park.
We started out with a drive to the MCNP Visitor Center to take care of
another right-of-passage - my National Parks Senior ...
... his agony didn't keep us from enjoying the stunning and unique sections of this tour. The formation of the cave is caused by soft limestone giving way in areas and creating "rooms," where the ceiling is supported by the structural strength of an arch. We passed a couple of points that seemed particularly precarious, but the ranger explained that they hadn't moved even an inch in more than 60 years. It wasn't likely that the arches were going to give way ...