Hampton Inn Dry Ridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Long awaited trip to the Northwest (US) starts today from our homestead in Piney Flats, Tennessee.
We drove 361 miles to Follow the River RV Resort in Florence, IN. They have ...
Arrived on Wed. visited with friends and relaxed after the drive down from Medina, Ohio. Spent Thursday and half of Friday at the Creation Museum. The trip down from Medina was uneventful and for that we are very thankful. Thanks Jeff for covering us with your prayers for a safe journey. It is a blessing to know that we have prayers from our home church.
Time spent at Rising sun was fun and Lee and I got up Sunday morning and went back to First Baptist church in Rising Sun that ...
We roll into double-sin city smooth as silk on new pavement welcomed by 100 foot Jesus and escorted on each flank by travelling salesmen, phones lazily dangling from their ears. There must be more of them because every exit offers an assortment of mid-scale inns and motels, sprouting mushroom-like along the edges of the interstate and fed by an even bigger assortment of fast food outlets, some with signs reaching into the sky, taller than ...
... foreign adults so be prepared if you want to enter. Stay in your car as there are big cats around, although we didn't see them. The crocodiles we did see, and they and the hippos are more dangerous.
There are plenty of ATMs around to use and are more reasonable than the bank. Verify with the bank you are going there and if your card will work in that country. One of my bank cards listed Kenya as a non cash site-so check.
If you bring ...
... doubt will have the same fate has the previous dozen t-shirts. Heading up, up and up again we arrived at Laurel Falls, no bears but a wonderful waterfall which was named after the Grove I grew up in. It made a perfect place to take stock, reflect and wonder how much I wasn’t missing taking the bins out or re-building the fence (thanks Dave!)
Easter Monday we would arrive in our final resting place, Florence, Kentucky via a stop in Lexington. Lexington would see ...