Country Hearth Inn Richmond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Ok we didn't get too far today only traveled 58 miles. But we had a great time and now it's time for dinner and Ice cream at the Kentucky Fudge Co. Tomorrow we start again heading (fingers crossed) to Tennessee. We are trying to see the sights and shop at the same ...
... 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 ...
Up at dawn, coffee on the porch with the parents while Wife and baby sleep.
Helped dad get more styrofoam under the dock, he always seems to be finding more pieces to help it float better. A bit of a swim while Caroline fed the baby. Ride on the pontoon was greatly enjoyed by Abcde, she was just a giggling and smiling as long as the boat was in motion.
... ground, partly because the audience he was catering to (middle and lower class citizens) became fed up with the Catholic Church extorting what little money they had from them. Additionally, Luther tactically used many propaganda techniques, for example his infamous act of posting the 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenburg, and printing many pamphlets that were easily accessible thanks to the printing press.
The movement started in Wittenburg, ...
... like the perfect opportunity to take the time to learn about organized religion in a holistic manner, I found out about a scholarship sponsoring students to travel to Germany to learn about the Lutheran Reformation. Truth be told, I had never even heard of the Lutheran Reformation (the only Martin Luther I’d ever heard of was Martin Luther King Jr.), however, it seemed like a perfect way to educate myself about the history of ...