Howard Johnson Express Inn/Airport Louisville
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... Krogers and Loews at least for 4-5 days. It has taken forever to get stocked up on everything and I am so sick of those stores that we are boycotting them for a while!
Tomorrow we are heading to Florida and not sure where we will stop along the way. We are just playing "being retired" without a real plan for the next 3 days. If we find anything exciting we will post it here.
... impact to us.
We have been buying all kinds of RV supplies and foods to get it all set up. It is amazingly comfortable and a huge improvement from our old RV. We are even excited about having a washer and dryer.
After spending 2 nights in Indiana, we drove in the pouring rain to Louisville, Kentucky and will be here for 3 nights. Today we went to the Louisville Slugger Museum and the Muhammed ...
Some of the team got together on Saturday afternoon to pack our suitcases with glasses. We spent the next day and a half cataloging the glasses and entering them into inventory. Luckily a whole bunch of folks showed up to help us out on Sunday! Not sure why we forgot that inventorying over 2,000 pairs of glasses was not a small job. But we ...
... went shopping, (finally!!) The Quincy Market and Boston Common suddenly sprouted people and cars from our previous day experience. Boston vs Winnipeg Winnipeg scored first with goal by Dustin Byfuglien then Lucic tied it up. Overtime was solved by Bruins Dougie ...
... to head south towards Louisville. We passed through rural areas, sometimes the fields were wide, then we were back near the river where they were farming the narrow stretch of land between the river and the high cliffs.
There was also industry - steel mills, power plants using coal again being brought in on barges along the river.
Saw lots of tobacco growing and hanging to dry in barns with semi open sides. Most of the farms looked very well ...