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Travel Blogs from Park City
A beautiful sunny spring day to travel west from the Kentucky River across the Cumberland Parkway to Mammoth Cave. The journey was almost as much up-and-down as it was traveling west. I have a greater understanding and respect for those early frontiersmen who traveled through this area by foot. Spring is definitely here today - a windy ...
... into another world. Some of the customers were invisible (all decked out in Camouflage gear), others were so large we could hardly squeeze past, there were toothless, bearded, overall wearing, hill billys everywhere. They spoke real slow and addressed us as Ya'll every scentance. We decided to order a medium coffee.... it was a bucket of coffee, then we looked at a man who literally had a bucket with a handel on the side re-filling his extra large coke. It was almost ...
While in Bowling Green we went on a tour of Mammoth Caves National Park. Almost 400 miles have been surveyed in the Mammoth Cave system. The tour was only 3/4 miles but included about 500 steps so we are pretty sore today. We were kind of disappointed, we have seen prettier caves. To be fair we did only see 3/4 miles of it.
We also went to the National Corvette Museum. The GM plant where they build the Corvette is right next door.
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 ...
Time to go home. Speck was up first, read a little, enjoyed the poolside for a half hour or so and grabbed a quick breakfast before he roused Caroline. After they were both up and ready it was into the car and on the road by 10:30. Since they were in no rush a detour was planned in Cave City at Wigwam Village. History Note- The Wigwam Village Inn #2 began as a dream of Frank A. Redford in the early 1900s. Frank's inspirations in this dream were a popular ice cream ...