Fort Knox Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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What a horrible rain storm. Took about 6 hours to drive 180 mile in down pouring rain. It was a beautiful drive and would have been amazing had I been able to enjoy the fall foliage. But had to focus on the road. They reduced speed limit from 70 to 45 with thenwind and rain all I could do. We tried to see Portland headlight light house got a couple …
Rains finally stopped we started early and even though the park was closed we walked around Ft. Knox the best we could till rangers asked us to leave. We then ventured on to Cadillac Mountain we stopped at sand beach to walk on the beach on up to Thunder Hole. We got there at a good time and actually got to hear the rour of Thunder Hole. Only heard as tide is coming in. We then had to give up some of site ...
... of the important fort, at the time, began in 1844, but stopped in 1869 and was never completely finished. The fort was never attacked or fired a shot in defense of the river, but it was temporarily used to garrison 20-54 troops during the Civil War and about 575 troops from Connecticut lived at the fort for a month during the Spanish-American War due to local concern that there were unknown ...
... before the mountains started and it turned out that most of our route would be uphill... Within about 10 minutes the gas estimate dropped to 40 km and soon stopped showing any numbers as we started running on fumes.
Somehow we managed to get to the location of where the gas station was supposed to be with Indira cheerfully reminding me of the time and mileage left for the last five minutes of the drive or so, including ...
... the world. The view is spectacular !!!!!!
You can also see the Fort from up there. We found out it is called Fort Knox. I thought we had the only Fort Knox in KY. Fort Knox in KY. was named after the same man, General Henry Knox. Lots and lots of granite was used to build the Fort. The construction began in 1844, but was never completed, worked stopped on it in 1869. The fort was ...