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We have had magnificent weather for the "shakedown" part of our trip, with clear blue skies and mild temperatures. Last night we visited with C's sister and her family in Nashville, TN. Today we drove to Louisville, stopping off for a hike in Mammoth Cave National Park and to buy our Senior Passes for the U. S. national parks (an incredible deal …
... a plane but we'll see!
I got most of my packing finished yesterday and tonight I am just finished up packing carry-on bag since I'm adding thing I use everyday into that bag.
This will definitely be a new experience for me.
The falls area was covered by a shallow tropical sea and the layers of rock that are exposed contain fossils in vast numbers and variety of species. It is a great place for kids to look for fossils - and find them.
Tomorrow we break camp and head for Dayton, OH to see the Wright Brothers Air Museum.
Note: On the pics I spelled "Churchill" incorrectly - the program will not let me go back and fix it -- sorry.
Well that little sprinkle we had yesterday afternoon turned into a real storm that last night, It was still going this morning which means breaking camp -- in the rain. The RV stays dry but the staff gets soaked.
So we head out into the rain looking for Louisville, KY. We work our way through the traffic in Gatlinburg then when we get to Pigeon Forge -- the rain turned to ...
... I leave. All of these new things are so exciting! I have a little over two weeks before my flight will take off. I am so excited!
Update on last post: I know I said I'd probably be packing by now but I haven't even started yet other than the fact that I have set aside several things that I will be packing. I know should start packing soon because I don't need to wait ...