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... biters. There are several schools of thought for how to deal with types 2-4 using pepper spray. Some folks, such as the Swiss guy Patrick I met, would only spray a dog that is actively biting his person or equipment. I am closer to the other extreme, which is hitting any animal that enters with 6 foot effective range of the spray. The big danger being chased is not getting bit but rather a dog getting under your wheel and causing a crash or causing you ...
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 ...
... zip lining.
Mega Cavern Mega Zips in Louisville is the "world's only fully underground zip line course" according the company, and that's where we headed. Our 7pm appointment called for us to get geared up to take on 6 zip lines in a two-hour time frame. Everyone was Ok except that Laneshia wasn't to sure about doing all 6 zip lines - plus the temperature was a steady 59 degrees in the cavern (refreshing from the 90+ degree heat, but cold for 2 constant hours). But ...
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We are home!! We left Nashville around 10 and hit the road for a straight shot home. When you are at the end, you want to just get home. It's a mental thing. If we knew we had another stop, we'd be good with it but since we know its over, we want to just get home.
On the way, we stopped in Louisville at Churchill Downs. I have a ...
... tomatoes, crispy bacon, and parmesan cheese on top. It was delicious and I could see it being an amazing hangover cure. We then walked to the Louisville Slugger bat factory and museum and learned a little bit about the history of some of the baseball bats that the three of us had grown up with. Our guide, Bruce Smith, was originally from New York and was a huge Yankees fan and just had a boatload of historical knowledge about the game. Once ...