Quality Inn Richmond
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Ok we didn't get too far today only traveled 58 miles. But we had a great time and now it's time for dinner and Ice cream at the Kentucky Fudge Co. Tomorrow we start again heading (fingers crossed) to Tennessee. We are trying to see the sights and shop at the same ...
... and all canoeing had been cancelled. We were not loving our adventures in Kentucky! So, being troopers we signed up for the Cosair Distillery tour and tasting. It was a small operation, but we really enjoyed the tour. The tasting was a little stout for us, but we bought Chris their most popular gin. We know that he will be a great taster. The next day we headed to Churchill Downs. It is an amazing place to ...
Up at dawn, coffee on the porch with the parents while Wife and baby sleep.
Helped dad get more styrofoam under the dock, he always seems to be finding more pieces to help it float better. A bit of a swim while Caroline fed the baby. Ride on the pontoon was greatly enjoyed by Abcde, she was just a giggling and smiling as long as the boat was in motion.
... Jörg, for which he grew out his hair and beard in order to evade recognition. During his stay, Luther translated the entire Bible from Greek to German in an attempt to make the word of God accessible to the common German. The Catholic Church was not able to contain the Reformation, and eventually, it became prominent in much of Europe.
To this day, much of Eastern Germany remains Protestant. Since the Reformation, many impressive Protestant Churches have been built, ...
... by the sheer number of my peers that attended church every single Sunday. Regardless, I never felt any overwhelming pressure to fit into the religious standards of those around me as I was growing up, and possibly because I wasn't influenced by formal religion I grew contemptuous of the religious system in the United States, and followed a more loosely spiritual path than most of my peers.
Towards the end of high school, as I was educated ...