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Today we crossed the Ohio into Kentucky. We had an early morning start in the rain but the weather cleared as the day progressed and that was a good thing since we had 85 miles to cover in the day. The rolling hills were nice but we had a 17% ...
... Vidalia onions and an avocado, and eat microwaved corn on the cob that we had purchased at the local grocery store. It was very good. If you have not microwaved your corn on the cob, you need to throw away those pots of boiling water, shucking, and time consuming task of taking the silk off, and learn to microwave it in the husks and just pop them out of the husks with NO silk attached.
Tomorrow we leave and head toward the eastern edge of ...
... a living historical farm, and trail of 12 stones.
At the welcome center, there is a recreation of a typical meeting hall (community/area church) of the time, a small museum with artifacts of his life, a room in which local quilters come once a week to work on quilts similar of the time, and offer a short film describing the time that Abraham Lincoln, his father (Thomas), mother (Nancy), and sister (Sarah), and his step-mother (Sarah Bush), ...
... told us about a the little town of Jupiter about 20 minutes north. Was about a $40 cab ride, but had a lovely dinner at Jetty's. Older crowd, but great patio on the water. Brody loved the shrimp and calamari. Heard Guanabanas was another great one, but more of an adult atmosphere.
Friday we headed back home. Loved our stay in Florida, but would probably choose a place closer to the airport next time.
... for some breakfast. I'm at Julies Cafe and just ate a tremendous breakfast: 3 sausage links, 2 bacon strips, 2 pancakes, hash browns, toast and 2 eggs for only $6. That's where I am right now writing this on my smartphone. I'll probably head over to the library and spend the day there again since it's too cold to be outside very ...