No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from London
... out day so we slept in, visited Cumberland Falls was refreshed by the water and greenery and then hit the Cinemas for the first time last night. On the road again today we are headed to Cincinnati and Mark said to mention that the need to indicate or adhere to speed limits seems very optional here in the US. Not very Mark like. I will upload some pictures tonight.
Miss you all dearly.
Sam, Mark, Ethan, Ben and ...
... playing baseball. Tyler and Ethan take the opportunity to teach two of the boys Australain rules football. Tyler has bought over a football that he gives to one of the boys. Its amazing to see new friendships and connections made.
All in all the day is the most fun I've had since we arrived. The best food I've eaten. The best company. Loads of laughs.
Sunday is the first rainy day we have had since our arrival. In the afternoon ...
This stop is planned in order to visit the owners and breeder of a dog I plan to get once I am back from Alaska. I am so excited about getting a puppy and December seems so far away (which is when I can bring the puppy home).
The puppy is a Malagasy Coton de Tulear.
We stayed at the KOA in Renfro Valley. We only put on 149 miles today because we spent the afternoon with the dog breeder.
Total miles so far: 904
We awoke after a restful night sleep with our intrepid explorer feet itching. After some breakfast we headed for Cumberland Falls National Park. We started walking and it wasn't long before we heard the roaring of the waterfall. This was a beautiful sight and we took various routes to different viewing points where were even lucky enough to see a rainbow formed in the waterfall.
However, we came here to explorer so we set off ...
... that has the first kitchen area and many of the the original furnishings. Another stop at Walmart and we were on our way back to the RV park. Brian and I took a walk in the woods by the park. This trail leads to Laurel Lake about a half mile away. We just relaxed the rest of the evening and made it a day. It started raining again about 11:00 pm and rained most of the ...