Comfort Suites Lebanon
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... take long before we were pulling up in front of the Team House unloading the bags & preparing to head to the orphanage to see the kids. Air conditioning for the week was way over & I immediately shed my travel jeans for cooler options. We bumped our way down the quarter mile drive to the orphanage. A concrete & razor wire walled compound. As the bus pulled in the kids immediately stopped playing and ran towards it. As each of us exited the ...
... home of Barbara Mandrel. Barbara was living in Oceanside Ca, with her parents, when she got her break into the big time and started performing with Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash, among others. I wasn't real impressed with the "cabin", but they had a great restaurant on the grounds, and we had a fine meal and drinks.
Sunday is the move to Cave City. Cave City is the entrance to Mammoth Caves National Park. To be continued. Signed, Carolina Dave
... for a few years in the 70s. We definitely want to visit again when the bar reopens.
Our next stop was the Ryman Auditorium, also known as the “mother church of country music”. This music venue was home to the Grand Ole Opry until 1943 when it moved out to a bigger venue. The Opry is a country music show that has been broadcasting since 1925 in front of a live audience. The Ryman Auditorium was where Johnny Cash met June Carter for the first time, ...
... to think I should go back to bed!
Thankfully we had a beautiful drive through a different part of Kentucky on the I65 - very hilly, treed, and scenic. There was a Starbucks just outside Louisville that was unbelievably packed for being in the middle of no where.
Richard discovered that we were going right by the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green so of course we stopped there for a look. Boy there were a lot of Corvettes but as Richard ...
... br> current was not an option before steamboats. This was between 1780-1820. Around
1820, when the steamboats became popular, the family that owned Locus House
decided to turn to agriculture since the hospitality business was not so
lucrative. At this point, they bought additional slaves bringing their total
workforce to around 50. What we have learned from traveling to a few
plantations is that slave labor only seems to have really taken hold in the ...