The Inn At Walnut Creek
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Today we crossed the Cumberland Gap and had a picnic lunch at the visitor center. We figure that walking on the trail is another adventure.
After leaving that area we encountered rain in Lexington, KY and drove through that until we reached Wooster, OH.
Glad to be home again. No more trips till 2013.
Have a great winter!
Last blog for the Branson trip.
We arrived home mid-afternoon. Wow, home looks better every trip!
To date, we have logged 13,482 driving miles since Keith's retirement. We have one more trip in October, so keep your bags packed!
Keith n Ruth
... than two miles from where work and the university are located.
We have several more trips planned this summer, but none so far and we are staying in one spot! We won't bore all of you with our adventures in the future....but if you want to remain on the blog, just let us know! Actually, I think you can view the link anytime.
Have a great summer and we hope to see some of you soon!
Keith and Ruth Ann
Well we are off on another adventure in a couple days. We were not planning one so soon. We are helping Bryant move household goods to Montana. We will be traveling to Tennessee to pick up Priya's ( Bryant's significant other) household goods after we leave Wooster. Stay tuned.
... Bever, William Henry, and Joseph Larwill, and named after David
Wooster, a general in the American Revolutionary War. The
population was 24,811 at the 2000 census and 26,119 at the 2010 Census.