BEST WESTERN Lake Cumberland Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Stopped at an Amish Farm to shop. They let the venders set up and sell their stuff along side the Amish goods. We even saw them giving rides to kids on the pony pulled cart. We had fried peach pies and pretzels, and an Amish Boy tried to sell us a bunny. The Horse was churning ice cream he looked so bored. The stoves were powered by propane and they made all the food while you waited. Allana said the pretzel was the best she was ever eaten. My peach pie was to die for ...
... on TV; Kentucky Wild Cats playing Florida Gators. Locked at 20-20 score on full time, Florida finally won after a ‘triple’ extra time (which Ken said he had never seen before )- A long day after working at the house, followed by a lovely café meal at another Marina on the floating dock of Jamestown Resort and Marina. 805 marina boat slips, houseboats and pontoon boats, log cabins lodge, fuel docks and a ...
... State has many more lakes also with houseboats and pontoon boats. It was in this vicinity (Mills Creek Battlefield) that a very large 2 month long battle took place during the Civil War in 1861, when 10,300 men were involved in battle.
Kentucky has 52 State Parks, covering almost 900,000 acres of National forests and the State trail now boasts 16 championship 18 hole golf courses. We are very fortunate to be staying on one of those courses, where ...
... as if the landscape is banding together to withstand the monumental heat in a show of solidarity. I really can't describe it, the emptiness and life at the same time. Needless to say, the desert here is incredibly beautiful and the profound impact it has on you is difficult to put into words. Perhaps part of it is the juxtaposition with the business of our own lives, where everything here is still and silent. Hard to say. We were pretty careful with our car. There ...
... driveway with the RV's front end dragging on the pavement and breaking the generator box latch. Within a ˝ mile we had pulled over to repair the latch. Tools retrieved from home, it was fixed in 30 minutes and we were on our way.
We assumed a Saturday passage through Atlanta would avoid the big traffic jams of a work day. WRONG. With a gentle rain starting in Chattanooga ...