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... catch and release" fishing - no license required. We were just a stones throw from the Bellterra Casino but no gambling this trip. The Kentucky Speedway was a short drive across the Ohio River. Fun fact: The Ohio River is the largest tributary, by volume, of the Mississippi in the United States. The river flows 981 miles through or along the border of six states.) But my main objective during stop was to visit Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby. So, back over the Ohio ...
... little family restaurant on MAIN Street and it was near the Ohio Theater...looked so quaint and antique on the outside..I love the buildings and architecture in this town is AWESOME!!! So, we parked...Free on the street parking everywhere and NO pay parking lots...nice old town feel..
We went into the restaurant...AND IMMEDIATELY I was disappointed...they had remodeled ...
... t in the backup described above. Altogether, a 5 hour drive took us 8 .5 hours.
Then, when we got to the hotel, we noticed that the ice chest was leaking water. Turns out the plug had not been put back in when we emptied out the water this morning. Had to practically unpack the van (not easy, since it was piled full of souvenirs) and put up the seat to dry it out.
Our worst day by far. But we are dry now, and full from a steak at Texas Roadhouse, so all is good again......
... particular, but everything was amazing).
I'm finding it harder and harder to come up with anything to write about our days...I feel like we're in an endless loop of same-ness (if you've read Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next books, I feel as though I'm Aornis imprisoned by the Chronoguard in a time-loop in a T.K. Maxx department store) and that there ...
... was a maize- and the stalks were super tall (Randy thought he'd be able to see over them- again- wrong). We eventually make it to the mid way point and determine we've wasted enough time and exit there. The interesting thing we learned about the maze is that it was designed and cut by a company out of Kansas, and that's their entire business. They do any kind of design you want, plot it based on the field dimensions, and then use a GPS ...