Travel Blogs from Mansfield
We said good bye to Nashville today and hopped into the car as fast as we could to stay dry, you see, it was raining hard core this morning and the streets were soaked! We have been very thankful the weather has been so cooperative for us (someones prayers have been working!) We do understand that if we had to deal with some weather than this we …
Started the day with a
tour of Jim beams distillery including samples. The honey bourbon with
ice and water was OK but nothing I'd buy.
Heading towards Cleveland to visit the Rock Hall of fame as our last visit before heading home.
Got stuck in a couple of traffic jams and torrential rain.
Again the radio was interrupted for warnings.....thunderstorms and
flooding. That's OK as long as they don't come ...
... it was full of huge old homes. Once again, the topography was very rolling…almost hilly as we drove into Butler.
At 3:15 we arrived at the Butler/Mohican KOA which is our stop for the night. A young woman and her husband had just bought the campground about a year ago and they are working hard to make things nice around here. Our site is reasonably level and the power is OK…good stop for the night.
... and logging 6,563 miles. Living out of a suitcase in strange surroundings for three weeks has its drawbacks. We did see a lot of this beautiful country and got to spend some quality time with our adult children. Gosh, we miss them already! Take care and we will include you in our adventures in the future if you are still interested. Keith and Ruth ...
... came loose and I was able to slide my shorts off.
The night before my son told me that someone was tickling the back of his neck and we blew it off and his imagination. Then when my shorts got stuck on the curtain rod we were sure a ghost was hanging around playing jokes. We mentioned it to the lady at the front desk during check out and she wasn't surprised about the ghost only that he was in our room.