Comfort Inn & Suites Madisonville
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... the sale of alcohol. They are a "damp" town as Dusty would say. Liquor stores can sell during a certain time on Sunday's but restaurants can't sell it at all. It's the almighty battle between church and state. Mike purchased a commemorative decanter and of course I got a shot glass and magnet. My two must haves on every trip. The distillery used to sell the JD barrels when they were done with them but people were adding water and making their own whiskey so ...
Yesterday was a terrific day. We went down to acclaimed River Park, a 22 mile path, gardens, piers, trails along the Tennessee river. Very picturesque, tranquil and affirming. Walking along a place like this reminds one that nature is a marvelous gift, that life is precious, love and relationships are sacred, laughter and joy are paramount and if you have all these enjoy every second ...
... We took advantage of the full kitchen and made dinner in our room.
Wednesday we spent most of the day by the pools. The cabana by the larger pool had a great lunch. Jesse took advantage of the spa and got a massage this afternoon. We made dinner in our room again.
Thursday was another day at the pools! Brody became very brave and Jesse taught him how to swim to the bottom to pickup toys. Another family ...
... route farther south in Tennessee. We were going to get there and finish with equal miles. No way to get there. That needs emphasis, NO WAY! Through one of the hotel ladies we got a number of a man named Troy who was over biking roads in Kentucky. He figured us a route from our hotel to the transamerican trail. A bike trail across Kentucky, but still on paved roads.
Frustrated to the maximum.
We went to bed not quite knowing what to ...
... was festooned with prolific signs stating, 'No bicycles!' I guess it makes more sense to run over bicyclists on the back roads so it won't be so obvious on the presumably more heavily traveled roads. All these cute travel books for bicyclists in the Bluegrass State, showing people with their smiling kids beside them on nice back roads sans vehicles, must have been a major photo shoot. People must have been up-in-arms ...