Country Hearth Inn - Eddyville
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... Schwinn back wheel. (Note: This is not the wheel I started the tour with, but that's another story I will tell after I get home.)
Giant wrenches appeared. Hammers and punches were tried... unsuccessfully. Clamps and homemade vices went down in humble defeat to The Mighty Plate.
Throughout the long night, I still knew I would be making that trip south in the morning for I recognized the look in the eyes of these two determined men on a mission. ...
... and other animals that they take care of. All of these animals were brought to the center because they were injured or sick and could not live in the wild. The local art fair was amazing. It was far bigger than we thought it would be with unusual art work.
The time spent in Kentucky was short-lived. Our route was one of the less lengthy routes since we were at the thinner tip of the Bluegrass State. Most of the time was spent on Interstate 24, but the hunger pangs insisted on finding an exit to get some quick grub. My phone was temporarily rehired as we neared U.S. Cellular territory and it advised us a pizza hut was only a few miles ahead. We took the next exit, which ushered us down another road for a few ...
We are staying in the Land Between the Lakes a National Recreation Area. The Canal Campground is at the northern most tip and is just a few miles from the recreation area. We drove south to the Woodland Nature Station and were told to "take a hike" so we did. We took a 2.5 mile hike around the Hematite Lake. It was a nice hiking area and we enjoyed ourselves.
We then took a drive to the Elk and Bison Prairei where they have over 60 bison and 40 elk. You stay in your car and ...
We made it over to Grand Rivers, Kentucky on Thursday. It was a short drive from Nashville and we arrived at our spot to find it very difficult to get our camper in. Thanks to a neighbor we wiggled it in! We are staying at the Canal Campground for 4 nights for $40. It is a COE campground and I get the discount for having the Golden Age Pass and being old:) We checked out the town of Grand River, population less than 400. But ...