Home-Towne Suites Of Bowling Green
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- Outdoor pool
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Day Nine, April 20, 2015
Cave City, Kentucky
What a bumpy night. For some reason I was tired and sleepy last night so I turned in early. I had planned to watch the third installment of A.D but didn't realize that it would come on at 8:00 instead of 9:00 since we are in Central time. When I gathered that I had missed it I just turned off the TV. Guess since we’re headed to Nashville I should have watched the ...
Day Eight, April 19, 2015
We woke up to pouring rain. What a wonderful day to stay inside and do nothing but praise the Lord we went to church. We had seen a church not far from the campground called Caveland Church. I initially thought it was Baptist but now feel that it was probably independent. When we left Jerry asked me what I thought and my response "I heard a sermon!" ...
... with it. If not it’ll go back to Camping World and I’ll get another Garmin from Amazon. While we were in Gander Mountain the bottom fell out so we wandered around there for a while. After riding around Bowling Green for just a few minutes Jerry spotted a Krogers so we stopped in there. We had thought of stopping at Sam’s also but it was raining pretty hard so we came on back to the motor home.
After we got in ...
... Green. Restrooms, park benches, water fountain and 18 parking spaces available.
The day was very lovely! The weather was extremely ...
... the mill away they gave up. In the 1930s an entrepreneur built a dance floor at the entrance to the cave, and locals and tourists flocked to the Cavern Nite Club, especially in the summer as the cave is a constant 57°F. During the Civil War the cave was used as a camp by both Union and Confederate soldiers. And of course it is said that Jesse James and his gang hid out in the cave after robbing the bank at nearby Russellville, and managed to escape from the Sheriff waiting ...