Hilton Garden Inn Evansville
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... rivers that have had such an influence on US writing and culture. [Guess which one of us wrote that para?! ]
Visibility was improving the further east we flew, the Kaskaskia River, with its many oxbow lakes (we love oxbow lakes!), Rend Lake before crossing the Wabash River as it ran into the Ohio River, the border between Ohio and Indiana. We cannot fail to mention the town of Objectionable, out on our left as we approached our destination.
Thomas Wolfe in the novel, You Can't Go Home Again said,
"This is man, who, if he can remember ten golden moments of joy and happiness out of all his years, ten moments unmarked by care, unseamed by aches or itches, has power to lift himself with his expiring breath and say: "I have lived upon this earth and known glory!"
I am not exactly sure what moments Wolfe ...
... of fun with me! We danced, drank, played cornhole, and sat on the Ohio river into the late hours catching up on life, environmentalism, racism, and world peace (all topics I've pondered incessantly while roaming the south). We were several beers deep; I don't recall if we came up with any solutions. And then we woke up in matching Prii on the town square, both a little foggy. I was ready to re-enter the North.
... a little claustrophobic so decided not to go on this one (good thing, too; she would have hated it). Very narrow passages. This is the most extensive cave system on Earth, with over 365 miles of surveyed passageways so it's over twice as long as any other known cave. But geologists think there could be 600 miles or more of undiscovered passageways. This is one of the first "tourist" sites in the US, and was publicized ...
... on that was followed by 9 and 11 % climbs that made the day longer than usual. We ended the day with a happy hour at a small resort where we were entertained by a Lincoln impressionist who gave us his view of Lincoln's. Life. Fun was had by ...