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Travel Blogs from Paducah
Today was a short one. We had last minute things to do before leaving Johnson City. Drove across the state of Tennessee and Kentucky. Tomorrow we will be crossing into Illinois.
As you can see, we had a tire that smoked and blew up on the trailer today, about 300 miles into the trip. Luckily we were about 50 yards from a truck parking lot …
... over 17 acres looking for the elk and bison. We saw a lot of bison and numerous baby bison, but no elk.
A man at the dam told us about a hamburger and shake place not to far from the Elk and Bison area. So off we went to get a milkshake. We found the place as did everyone else. It has been in operation for over 50 years and the prices are the cheapest I have seen in a long time. So when Aurora, Kentucky look up Belews. You will be glad you did. They even have curb service!
... a lot of vacation homes due to Kentucky Lake, so they a ton of tourists during the summer months. They have a famous restaurant, Pattie's 1880's , which is known for their 2 inch thick pork chop. We decide not to eat there but got some of the monkey bread. Yummy!! We went over to the Kentucky Dam built by the TVA back in the 1940's. It is always amazing for me to see a dam and the water on one side 30ft lower than the other. ...
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Here we went in and we ordered a drink, Tony a beer and myself a sweet tea. Then we decided to get a few bar appetizers to tide us over so we ordered a 6 piece Hot Wings and some deep fried mushrooms and hot popper basket to share..
... until about 1858. It was then sold and the proceeds put into a building called "Bethany" Church, the title to which was with the Cumberlands. The Presbyterians assisted largely in its erection and occupied it jointly with them until 1877.