Holiday Inn University Plaza - Bowling Green
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... maybe they were from Ohio too, and they liked my geek car (the registration is GEK and some numbers, I love it) but my dad says that's their signal that you're clear to pull in in front of them again. Huh. Ya learn something new everyday. So I kept driving through Louisville and into Kentucky. Yee haw! I've made it to Bowling Green tonight, where I've stopped off at a Marriott, which I hadn't reserved. Yay America, eh?! I went out and got some ...
Today we left Gatlinburg TN and headed to Cumberland Gap via Cumberland parkway. Went to Virginia through the Cumberland tunnel into Cumberland Gap State Park went to highest pinnacle. Ended up in Glasgow ky for the night. Went through the poor coal mine section of KY. Also went to Harlan KY. Rode 421 kind of a ...
... 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! ...
... day and SHAKER DAY. Down the road from us is South Union Shaker Village which was founded in 1807. By 1830 they had constructed 75 buildings mostly brick over the 6000 acres. In this area the member numbers started declining after the Civil War (they did not participate so both sides were against them) plus how can you keep a Village this large going without having your own families and children. By 1922 there were only 10 people living at ...
... the $10 anyway. I'll let the pictures do the talking.
I did get to sit in one of the display cars, which will probably be the only time i'm ever behind the wheel of a Corvette.
Getting back into my Ford Escape after finishing the tour was actually kind of depressing and I couldn't help pretend i was driving a Corvette for the first few miles... I dont think it was quite the same experience.