Travel Blogs from Springfield
... ones make when they get up. For those of you who don't know what this sounds like, it isn't angelic, but rather a loud, boisterous, joyful romp that extends to running all over ones bed. Tim and I ventured into the expansive Walmart in search of some basics: salami, deodorant for the septic tank, rubbing alcohol for the smell we thought to be coming from the AC, corn nuts, a power adapter which coerces a standard cigarette lighter into powering multiple ...
... cider and Jim Beam fire with cinnamon.
The Bookers bourbon had the biggest kick and the Apple Cider bourbon went down the easiest.
New Zealand is the third biggest importer in the world of Jim Beam bourbon and we got our first bottle in 1967, 8 years before Australia.
We hit the road leaving Kentucky and headed to Nashville, Tennessee. So we went from bourbon country to the country music state.
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Myrtledene has been designated a Kentucky Landmark by the Kentucky Heritage Committee.
04/30 - 5/1 Taylorsville State Park, Mt. Eden KT “Destination: Bourbon Trail”
Yahoo! We arrived ready with a plan of the distilleries we want to visit, thinking 3 a day ...turned into 2 a day - am, lunch, pm… back to camp & nap. And btw, Taylorsville State Park is a really nice campground! ...not just saying that because Denise surprised us with dessert!
Thursday we visited ...
... reason just before Macon took 1 ½ hours to crawl through.
The remainder of the trip was an easy but long drive to our empty hangar in Spruce Creek, FL. Mary, not wanting to go without her early morning coffee another day made arrangements to stay with our friends, Cliff and Sandy. Delightful to be with friends in a big beautiful home, but we missed our RV bed and stayed only one ...