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... baseball bats all around the tour had me interested. Highlight for me was using an ex pro bat to swing at few balls (plus miss). Free souvenir of miniature baseball bat made my day. Around 4pm we headed to the camp site in Indiana our 6th state so far. Camp site can only be described as southern motor home heaven (not in good way). Trains passing at every hour, key lock showers and motor bikes around. Dinner was cooked ...
... is a long, drawn out game but fun and chilled all the same :) After baseball we headed home for some much needed kip, another end to another awesome day in this awesome country. I know I still have ages left but I don't want to go home could happily spend my life being a trekker :) Led in the tent was a surreal experience listening to the southern trains going past it all felt so real and cultured absolutely loving it Nighty night ...
... guys getting completely into it, in fact Lady A kept taking out their ear pieces to soak up the noise. It really started, going off from the support act, Billy Currington, who seems to be a star on the rise here with 8 number ones already and is getting a heap of airplay on the country channels we're getting into whilst driving! We met a lovely couple, Vicki and Jeff from Columbia, Kentucky. They are Long Horn Cattle Farmers and the salt of the earth! After a Long chat at breakfast ...
So read this morning's Weather Channel forecast after my stormiest night of the trip and before a wet morning ride to Louisville. Little sleep last night after spending most of it in 3 waves of thunderstorms. First is a strong wind, then thunder simultaneous with the lightening and then intense rain that tapers over an hour or two. Sometime during the night my tent pole bag blew away never to ...
Louisville is a historic city on the Ohio River that gets a
few minutes of fame every year in May when it hosts the Kentucky Derby horse
race. I know nothing about horse racing, don’t watch TV, and never gamble at
all, so the Derby isn’t of particular interest to me. I don’t object to drinking
mint juleps when I have the chance, though. But the Derby takes place in
Louisville, so I figured ...