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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Kentucky is but it certainly does rain every time we are here. It’s also windy and in the 50’s so I can’t imagine what kind of touring we’ll do. If we hadn’t paid for tonight I’d suggest going on to Nashville but then it’s mighty windy to drive. At least I could get caught up on my journaling but nothing of note to tell!
We decided to brave the weather and go visit ...
... Green where we went to Camping World, Gander Mountain and Kroger’s. Our Garmin is not working correctly as the keys on the right will not work and we need a GPS for the car during all of this touring. We bought a Magellan and hopefully will be satisfied with it. If not it’ll go back to Camping World and I’ll get another Garmin from Amazon. While we were in ...
... We had seen a church not far from the campground called Caveland Church. I initially thought it was Baptist but now feel that it was probably independent. When we left Jerry asked me what I thought and my response “I heard a sermon!” The music 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 ...
... day and SHAKER DAY. Down the road from us is South Union Shaker Village which was founded in 1807. By 1830 they had constructed 75 buildings mostly brick over the 6000 acres. In this area the member numbers started declining after the Civil War (they did not participate so both sides were against them) plus how can you keep a Village this large going without having your own families and children. By 1922 there were only 10 people living at ...
... the $10 anyway. I'll let the pictures do the talking.
I did get to sit in one of the display cars, which will probably be the only time i'm ever behind the wheel of a Corvette.
Getting back into my Ford Escape after finishing the tour was actually kind of depressing and I couldn't help pretend i was driving a Corvette for the first few miles... I dont think it was quite the same experience.