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Travel Blogs from Brooks
... of him, he wasn’t a very nice man. By the way, he has a nice big stone on his grave.
I have been trying to locate her grave so that I, and some of my cousins, could put a stone on her grave. But that is never going to happen. Apparently, she was just in a numbered grave, and the records of the cemetery were lost when the superintendent of the cemetery lost his house in a fire. And there is no one left in Cooter ...
The trip from Charleston to Vine Grove was pretty uneventful, but from the moment we got to the Louisville area it turned into an Alaska Revisited party. Wonderful to see Ralph and his mother again, and to meet his sister Brenda, and see their houses. Then we went (with a view of Ft Knox on the way) to see and hear ...
... a plane but we'll see!
I got most of my packing finished yesterday and tonight I am just finished up packing carry-on bag since I'm adding thing I use everyday into that bag.
This will definitely be a new experience for me.
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The museum was fantastic. Its first exhibit is a TV screen about 8' x 16' running the starting of the Kentucky Derby with the horses running straight at you in slow motion. It is amazing to see the interaction, expressions, colors and the total effort put into the race [by both horses and riders]. The museum presented how a horse is developed into a race horse, the breeders that raise the horses, the jockeys that ...
Well that little sprinkle we had yesterday afternoon turned into a real storm that last night, It was still going this morning which means breaking camp -- in the rain. The RV stays dry but the staff gets soaked.
So we head out into the rain looking for Louisville, KY. We work our way through the traffic in Gatlinburg then when we get to Pigeon Forge -- the rain turned to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services