Park Mammoth Resort
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... in the morning will be quicker. He also emptied the gray tank and the front black tank. Nashville is only about 80 miles away so hopefully we can get there, get set up and do some site seeing tomorrow afternoon.
It’s only a bit after 8:00 but think I’ll get ready for bed now. I’m still not used to the time change and I guess by the time my body acclimates we’ll be in Memphis where it’s EST. ...
... the bottom fell out so we wandered around there for a while. After riding around Bowling Green for just a few minutes Jerry spotted a Krogers so we stopped in there. We had thought of stopping at Sam’s also but it was raining pretty hard so we came on back to the motor home.
After we got in we read for a while, had dinner, cleaned the dishes and were just getting ...
... where you had to carry a lantern. Unfortunately it was sold out and is only offered Fridays and Saturdays. It was past lunch time so we headed back to the RV for lunch. We then sat outside for a while as the weather was just perfect. In fact I put on a pair of shorts. After a while we both came in and took long naps. Neither of us slept well Friday night. I’m not sure if it was the time change, knowing we had to get up and out in ...
My Old Kentucky Home - Park City, KY
"Okay, so we can take the eastern shortcut over to Nashville
or do you want to drive the northern terminus of the Trace that connects to
I-40", I asked Wendell. His immediate
response was, "Let's do the Trace." I
was fairly confident before I asked the question because we both love the
scenic byways. While it took us out of
the way and a bit longer, it was a wonderful ...
... RV to get ready for my more simple adventure – to ride my bike on the Mammoth Cave rail-trail. This would be 10 miles to the interstate and 10 miles back. The ride was not so bad – a few crazy hills but I made it up most. Much of the trail was tree covered and since I rode in the morning it did not get crazy hot until the ride back. Going to the highway I stopped off at most of the roadside signs – I’m a sucker for history. The best one ...