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... and the KFC Yumm stadium. Then down a beautiful Kentucky road with lovely farms and some stunning houses we found our campground, Dog creek campground on Nolin River Lake. I guess that's a river and a lake all-in-one! Lol. We just finished a campfire and the boys watching a movie and to bed for our early drive to the Smoky Mountains!! Whoosh the days go fast! I'm praying the drive through Smoky Mountain National Park is a safe one! Please pray for that too!! ...
We had a short journey today of 45 miles to permit the group to visit Mammoth Caves. Some of us just enjoyed a slow ride through the country in fine weather and used the day to rest for the three longer days to follow. An interesting geological feature of the counties that we traveled through, other than the caves, was the presence of naturally occurring rock asphalt. The asphalt can be laid without heating and does not buckle in heat or ...
Stopped at Mammoth Cave National Park on our way out of Kentucky. Its the largest cave system in the world and so amazing. Our tour was 2 hours long and only cost us $12 a piece. Some places were so tight you had to squat to get through and others were so wide open it was like being in a cathedral.
Author's note: Sorry the pictures are so fuzzy. There was very little light (naturally) and so the photos came out blurry.
We arrived in Edmonton, KY Friday afternoon. Did a little harvesting of cukes, maters, and blueberries with Mike's host family. We met their mob of sheep and had many conversations about shopping. (Apparently whenever the sheep are moved to a new location the host yelled out something in german that sounded like shopping. So whenever we would yell 'shopping' at the sheep they would bleat back.)
... us important cultural questions, such as: “Do you guys know One Direction? “Do you guys have Primark?” “Do you guys drink tea?” “Do you guys say ‘ello!’” You get the picture…. The guide we were with did a great job in describing the use of the cave, from being a salt-peter mine, which helped to produce gunpowder and therefore allowed the US to win the war with ‘Mother England’ (“Sorry to ...