Suburban Extended Stay Hotel Clarksville
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Still on our way to Nashvegas!!! Made some pit stops along the way in Ohio for gas and restrooms!! We saw the Cinncinatti Reds and Cinncinati Bengals stadiums along the way!! Stopped in Northern Kentucky for some lunch at Firehouse Subs!!!! Got back on the highway heading south towards Nashville and saw signs for the Jim Beam distillery so of course we had to go!! Should be in Nashville around ...
... moving along the zip lines and walking across the challenge bridges kept us moving. Plus the two tour guides were pretty cool and entertaining.
We didn't get many pictures as the Mega folks didn't want any cameras brought in since if they dropped they couldn't be retrived and we'd be swinging across mostly dark areas inside. But I did get my I-phone in to snap a few shots, however it was too dark for much exposure. In the end, we conquered the "Mega Cavern".
... into our food/packs. It was pretty comical to watch him attack it with his treking poles. I just went back to sleep. The last day was rough. Day 1 was long and Day 2 looked to be just as long and hilly. We got 3/4's the way done and called it quiets. We hit up a road and then had DNR drop us off at a our vehicle. The trail was once again not very pretty, but tough. You do get to see the Ohio River and ...
Day 1 started off at 8:00 AM after our morning rituals. Our plan was to hike as many miles as we could, but to stop at a shelter. It had been raining most of this month and last month so the trail was muddy and had plenty of creek crossings, even though every review I read stated the creek crossing were dried up. We stumbled across 4-8 deer this morning and spooked them of the trail. The trail was well marked, but ...
... There are two floors of displays with some of the displays were hands on for the children. Some of the displays include: Hats (some very large outrageous ones), outfits, silks, films, trophies, description of jobs in the horse industry and implements they use. Knowledgeable guides give walking tours out to the paddocks where they put the saddles and jockey's on the horses and then walk around to be sure saddles are tight. Some trivia from our ...