Howard Johnson Evansville East
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Tuesday 22 September to Thursday 24 September
Pilot, co-pilot and battery suitably recharged it was off again early to continue east to Owensboro, Kentucky. This stop had been chosen as it would be close to RR where the CSA Canard Fly-in was being held over the forthcoming weekend.
Shuttled out to the airport, our departure was into high overcast skies with the sun milkily shining through. Although initially cruising at 7,500ft a descent was prudent ...
... writing that passage. Of the pursuit of these "golden moments”; what heroic effort is required?, what goals must be achieved?, what pinnacle must be attained? In addition, what height of joy and happiness elevates such “golden moments” above more pedestrian ones?, perhaps our journey will make all things clear....
Nevertheless we go in search of our own ...
From Nashville I set off for my last stop on the south side of the Mason Dixon Line. Henderson, Kentucky was my final stop for this chapter of a 10,000 mile road trip. Why Henderson, KY? Because they have a free Blues Festival every year...and it is fantastic! I arrived amidst a downpour. Rain has followed me around 90% of this trip, and I still love it! When the rain subsided, I parked my car at the town ...
... back as 1812. The history of exploration and the characters that were involved over the years are richly documented and make for a fascinating read. The tour was a couple of hours, and incredibly diverse in it's formations, caverns etc. I loved it, but am probably caved out for awhile.
Left there, and considered going to Nolin State Park, but it was only about 8 miles north, so I decided (against advice from ...
... 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 ...