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The trip from Charleston to Vine Grove was pretty uneventful, but from the moment we got to the Louisville area it turned into an Alaska Revisited party. Wonderful to see Ralph and his mother again, and to meet his sister Brenda, and see their houses. Then we went (with a view of Ft Knox on the way) to see and hear ...
... a plane but we'll see!
I got most of my packing finished yesterday and tonight I am just finished up packing carry-on bag since I'm adding thing I use everyday into that bag.
This will definitely be a new experience for me.
The falls area was covered by a shallow tropical sea and the layers of rock that are exposed contain fossils in vast numbers and variety of species. It is a great place for kids to look for fossils - and find them.
Tomorrow we break camp and head for Dayton, OH to see the Wright Brothers Air Museum.
Note: On the pics I spelled "Churchill" incorrectly - the program will not let me go back and fix it -- sorry.
... the traffic slowed to a crawl. It took us about an hour in the Pigeon Jam to get through Pigeon Forge - we figured that everyone was checking out of their hotels and hitting the road.
As we got to I-40 headed for Knoxville the traffic got lighter but the rain kept going. We got delayed so much that we stopped for lunch a few miles north of Knoxville - and the rain was coming ...
... I had them give me a mix of bills so I got to see a verity of different images on the money. I was surprised though when I flipped the money over to see English on the back. I know they speak a lot of English over there but I guess I just wasn't thinking about that.
Also, at the moment I am waiting for my unlocked cell phone to arrive so I can make sure it is working ...