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On 9/7/13 will stay in Eddyville, Kaintuck...... possibly named after some of my Eddy relatives. Will try to find out.
Eddyville, the seat of Lyon county, was settled around 1798 and named for the eddies in the nearby Cumberland River.
Guess not. hahaha
We got up this morning and headed north to Kentucky. What a beautiful state! There were fields of corn, soybeans and tobacco for miles. I saw so many beautiful old barns, unfortunately it isnt safe to stop on the side of the freeway to take a picture. We crossed over the Tennessee River and the Kentucky Lake.
Our mission on this trip was to see the National Quilt Museum. Some people may ...
We woke up and enjoyed a relaxing breakfast on the deck of our Tree Cabin. (Nobody wanted to leave!) Packed up the car and headed out to do a trail recommended by the cabin owner. We set out on Rim Rock Trail. It starts out looking pretty average (near the edge of a cliff), but pretty soon you come across these stairs that go down into a damp, green area full of GIANT rocks. We walked amongst them for awhile. Then we followed the ...
... formation called Camel Rock and watched the sunset.
Back at the tree cabin, DJ whipped up a wonderful stew with fresh ingredients that was tasty and warm. (The cabin was pretty chilly by this point.) Cindy and I finished off the leftover mud pie. And we played Bezzerwizzer...of course Cindy and I won! The shower was hot even though we were in a tree!
... the rope and let go, only to realize the water was shallow. Fearing I'd snap my knees off, I'd twisted and struck the water painfully and awkwardly.
We'd both laughed uncontrollably, happy we'd gotten the whole thing on video.
What I thought would look badass and impress my friends and family, turned out to be something like a spoof video that proved how awkward and clumsy I was. Typical.
I laughed out loud at the rope, remembering Utah, and turned to view ...