Hampton Inn Kuttawa/Eddyville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Started the day on a tour of Carter Cave. There were enough bats flying around that we started calling Clay 'Robin'. The tour ended with seeing a waterfall in the cave. Very Cool. Next stop was Fort Boonesborough. This is the town founded by Daniel Boone. We got to see what life was like for the Kentucky pioneers in 1775. We saw a weaver, a carpenter, and a blacksmith. We also got to watch as they made charcoal. You simply start a fire, then cover it with dirt and ...
... same look my father got in such a circumstance.
My Dad was known by all as a man who could fix just about anything and I was oftentimes designated his Chief Flashlight Holder. I never saw him quit. He would get an intense, inspired, almost feverish look of determination and it was obvious that we were going to be there until the problem at hand was solved. I never saw him quit.
Back in the Keller workshop, more family gathered round, I think ...
We spent the holiday weekend at the campground at Land Between the Lakes. Lots of families camping and having fun. A great place to ride our bikes. The Hummingbirds were at the Wildlife Learning Center and Preserve. They also had wolves, owls, bobcats, ...
... the Mississippi River. Tourist attractions, the naturally occurring kind that we love so much, are few and far between on the east side. There is nothing, and I mean nothing, like the Rocky Mountains and the deserts of Utah, Colorado and Arizona. These are our favorite places to visit.
So, today we saw more corn fields, but a lot of trees and the terrain was quite a bit more hilly. I have to admit, I was spending ...
... While in the actual cave I was treated to a song by a man who wrote it due to his father's death. Well sung with lyrics appropriate for a riverside setting, it was quite touching. Tomorrow we turn northeast to follow the Ohio River valley for awhile. Should be interesting and also avoids some areas of Kentucky with reports of difficult riding " like Missouri onlyba lot more dogs". Poor connectivity here so I will have to send pictures separately ...