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... As usual I had the frustration with US Cellular hot spot so no bill was paid today. US Cellular worked great in Tennessee but not in Kentucky. When we get home I’m going to seriously look into Verizon for my phone. We’ve done our touring in Tennessee so the fact that it works well there isn’t important.
The weather is terrible. Jerry remarked this morning that he didn’t know what the annual rain ...
... was praise and worship and if I didn't know the songs they were easy to follow. The minister preached on Elijah and his ridding Israel of the Baal priests. Interesting that we heard a sermon today on Elijah after seeing the Days of Elijah on Monday.
After church we came back to the RV and had lunch. We read for a while and then decided to go for a ride. We ended up ...
It was difficult to see around us and the path was narrow so I had to watch where I was walking so as not to stumble. A lot of the time there were rails to hold onto but I was reluctant to use them. I eventually did and discovered that for the most part they were wet from the dripping ceiling so hopefully that washed the germs away. The cave was fascinating. It is the longest cave in the country and the stone is limestone. As ...
... we found the River Walk Park that overlooks the Barren River. The park is very nice. Has a great paved walkway which is easy for handicap access..There are a lot of signs to learn about the area, the Civil War in the area and the history of the soldiers who fought here. Also history of the L & N Railroad.
12 hours of driving with the help of Jill the Gamin GPS navigator. Couldn't figure out why Jill said we'd get there an hour earlier than Mapquest when I planned the route. Didn't think Kentucky would already be in the Central Time Zone. Covered some new territory as we have not driven in this direction before. Ohio was flat and boring but Kentucky was very pretty and very hilly, lots more green in the trees than home.