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I have now done my second National Park, Mammoth Caves in Kentucky. Got to use my senior pass for discounts on the cave tours. The park is all about the caves, so I did two tours to different parts of the caves. I still just scratched the surface since there are almost ...
Just to get out of the ridiculously heavy rain I decided to drop in here and have a look at a few of the cars seeing as I couldn't go to the production line and drive one straight on outta there hahaha. They have a corvette on show from every year of production, an impressive view and it worked a treat as a temporary ...
We woke up early due to the time zone change and made it in plenty of time to David's TROG tour - an introductory spelunking tour for kids aged 8-12. They entered Mammoth Cave (the largest cave system in the world) through the "historic entrance"... and then left the main path to start crawling through little cracks in the stone... !!!!!!! He absolutely LOVED it! When he came out, we had sandwiches at a picnic area and a deer walked by us about 20 feet away - ...
... for the future was to brown lots of diced bacon
before adding the veggies. Okay, I'll
concede it probably would have been better but they were still good.
Tuesday was CAVING DAY!
Our RV park is directly across the street from Diamond Caverns and just
a few miles from Mammoth Cave National Park.
We started out with a drive to the MCNP Visitor Center to take care of
another right-of-passage - my National Parks Senior ...
Monday, June 18
Before we left for Mammoth Cave, we took another trail through the Cedars of Lebanon State Park, but this time it was only 2 miles long. Not as exciting as yesterdays, but there were a few sinkholes to keep things interesting. We did allow our dogs to walk off-leash as long as they were between us and there were no humans around. This way they could get their exercise without us pulling at them all the time. Back at the RV I cooked a ...