Silverleaf Fox River Resort
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... along the
river had been cancelled. We then went to Matthiessen State Park. It too was
flooded, but we were able to take the hiking path through the park. We did have
to wade ankle deep in our hiking shoes, but it was so worth it. There were
beautiful waterfalls and canyons. Quite a sight to see. From there we went to
Starved Rock State Park, but ...
... of how stunning it was! Arequipa has a reputation for being a beautiful city. It also has a very different feel. Granted we were there on a Sunday, which typically means many things are closed, but we weren't being harassed everywhere we went. Sure the taxis still honk when they drive by (just in case you realize last minute you forgot you wanted a taxi!) but less people were trying to sell us stuff in general. We walked around town for a while before finally just deciding on ...
No, we didn't forget about Friday. We'd LIKE to forget about Friday, though, so we're not going to write about it, except to say that we drove from Durbin, West Virginia, to Shepherdsville, Kentucky, some of the time in the pouring rain. We didn't stop to see any attractions on the way, although we passed a sign advertising the Wild Turkey distillery. I was a little surprised that Walt didn't want to stop. Once in Shepherdsville, we had an amazing dinner at ...
... br> were paraded around the ring along with some bird on a horse, the first bulls
were lead out. Once you’ve seen one bull
chasing a matador, you’ve seen them all.
Highlights of the show included a matador dressed up as a woman who was
also probably the best skilled. This was
even more surprising given the fact that he would run up to the crowd
in-between bullfights and get them to fill up his glass with beer, which he
Still, our suitcases are filling up rapidly. Excitement is in the air!
We've recently been reading about our family ancestors' travels across the U.S. prairies in search of a new way of life. We've got those same "pioneer" genes so we can relate...but we're glad to know we'll be coming home in a few weeks.