Holiday Inn University Plaza - Bowling Green
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... in the morning will be quicker. He also emptied the gray tank and the front black tank. Nashville is only about 80 miles away so hopefully we can get there, get set up and do some site seeing tomorrow afternoon.
It’s only a bit after 8:00 but think I’ll get ready for bed now. I’m still not used to the time change and I guess by the time my body acclimates we’ll be in Memphis where it’s EST. ...
... go for a walk when it started raining again. Probably just as well as my legs (thighs) are so very sore it’s difficult to get up and moving. I can’t imagine why they are so sore but man, they are.
Going to get ready for bed now and hopefully stay awake to watch the 3rd installment of A.D. Don’t know if I’ll make it or not as I am still on EST! ...
... today on Elijah after seeing the Days of Elijah on Monday.
After church we came back to the RV and had lunch. We read for a while and then decided to go for a ride. We ended up in Bowling Green where we went to Camping World, Gander Mountain and Kroger’s. Our Garmin is not working correctly as the keys on the right will not work and we need a GPS for the car during all of this touring. We bought a Magellan and hopefully will ...
... 51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">If you are touring the downtown area and desire a more natural setting in which to stretch your legs, head down to the Riverwalk, a multi-use path that takes you past three overlooks of the winding Barren River. Cross the pedestrian bridge on this portion of the Greenways walking and biking trail system ...
We had a trip to the Lost River Cave and Valley today. A short hike through the wooded valley, which was formed by massive cave collapse thousands of years ago, took us to the cave entrance. We then had a short trip on a boat in the cave. There isn't really much to see in the cave, the tour is really all about the history of the cave area, and our guide had a wealth of stories to share.
At the entrance to the cave there used to be a grist mill, but after several ...