Holiday Inn Express Campbellsville
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... cause your guard to go down while you watch the dry leaves fall from the tress And blow across the asphalt, until suddenly, bam! A bloodthirsty beast is coming towards you at ramming speed and you have about 2 seconds to decide what to do before contact. Restrained or caged dogs like to bark but they have nowhere to go. The issue is the sheer number of dogs per capita in these parts and the fact that many, both owned and stray, are left to roam free. Luckily ...
Stopped at an Amish Farm to shop. They let the venders set up and sell their stuff along side the Amish goods. We even saw them giving rides to kids on the pony pulled cart. We had fried peach pies and pretzels, and an Amish Boy tried to sell us a bunny. The Horse was churning ice cream he looked so bored. The stoves were powered by propane and they made all the food while you waited. Allana said the pretzel was the best she was ever eaten. My peach pie was to die for ...
I had planned to spend some time in Bristol VA/TN (Bristol sits right on the state line) going through the Museum of the Birthplace of Country Music. This is where Jimmy Rodgers and The Carter Family auditioned and got their start on the road to fame. However, I got there too early and I could see the weather was going to be nasty again, so I moved on.
I had also hoped to go through the Cumberland Gap, the historic wagon train pass through the ...
... trailing the speed of the figure. I opened the door to beat Tim to the punch..... and found no one. I stepped outside, looking around and calling out, but there wasn't anyone around. The next day I was relaying the story to Jeanna. She craze and said, "Barret stop! Tim's always telling me about the battles, and the civil war, and soldiers who died in the fields searching endlessly for their way home. You have to stop talking about this right now." I did, ...
After a long four hour drive we stopped and spent the night in a Walmart car park, before continuing our drive to Louisville, Kentucky.
Louisville was just a short two hour stop so I could get our camera cleaned. It had dust on the sensor.
Kentucky is the birth place of KFC and believe it or not KFC has buffets in their restaurants. All you can eat Kentucky fried chicken - bit gross.
Camera fixed and back in the van ...