Value Place Louisville, Kentucky (Clarksville IN)
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... 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 ...
"And he heard the voice of the Lord saying, 'whom shall I send, and who will go for us?' Isaiah responded, "Here am I, send me.'" Isaiah 6:8 Our Ron Herrod Evangelism Ministries devotion pointed out "If people only knew that blessings await them on volunteer projects, they would be like second grade students when asked who wants to run an errand for the teacher. They would all be on their tiptoes shouting, "here I ...
... side the Blue River though. The hike down on the Blue River was so swampy and muddy that it drained us completely. The trail had an impressive amount of wildlife, but that may be due to the lack of people using it. The 2 hour ride home was tough as well.
Great park and I want to try and go do it all again.
Day 2 stats: 10.61 miles, 24,508 steps, ~3,391 calories burned, and 100 floors climbed
... We had to hike through thorn bushes and over grown shrubs often. The trail needed to be blazed again. The elevation change was consistently up and down the entire day. A pretty tough day of hiking because of the distance, mud, and change in elevation, but not very technical or pretty of a hike.
Day 1 stats: 18.33 miles, 42,316 steps (new record), ~3,323 calories burned, and 307 floors climbed (new record).
... people who live across the river from Metropolitan Park...anyway we thought it was coming from down the street at Falls of the Ohio State Park so we drove down to check it out. This park runs along the Ohio River where there are alot of picnic areas and at the museum you can walk down onto the 9 feet thick fossil beds (coral beds) area and look at fossils which was really neat. We drove around and then headed into Louisville to the Kentucky ...