Travel Blogs from Owensboro
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% ...
... that given they are a VERY small winery, they offered 21 different wines ranging from dry to semi-sweet to sweet to fruit to spiced, and that the dry red wines they offered were not bad. Given that the winery is called Winzerwald, their white wines were typically German and tasted very similar to those we had back in the 70’s when we were stationed in the heart of the Rhine River valley.
When we got back to the rig, we decided to grill some ...
... three children lived in the area. Abraham moved there from Kentucky with his family when he was seven and left there for Illinois with his family when he was 21. These were the formative years of his life during which his education, upbringing, and hard work impacted his honesty, compassion, values, integrity, and judgment.
The living historical farm consists of recreated house and farm buildings, and docents who are in period ...
... 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.
It has just been getting colder and colder since I got here! When I woke up this morning it was only 10 degrees. My bag is a15 degree bag and was not doing the job. With all of my thermals on and an extra blanket I managed to stay warm through the night. I tried hiking around the camp to get warm without success so I drove into ...
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