Travel Blogs from Elizabethtown
Today, we moved our motor home to Camp Carlson in order to warm it up, ie; thaw it out, charge the batteries, and get the heat pumps running. Most of the day was spent packing everything we need in order to live away from home for the next two months. It's amazing how much "stuff" you need! Pattie and I will sleep at the house tonight since we still have much to move to the coach tomorrow. Getting excited! We leave Saturday ...
... going to say ahead of time. I do not spell check. This is just for fun for me, so please just pretend like you don't see my spelling mistakes and we will get along just fine :)
So check out the awesome dishcloth I am making for the mother in the family I am staying with in France. Just one of the many preparations I am making to be ready to arrive in France. I am making a set of three, each with a different design as a thank you gift for her. ...
Since this is a 32 hour overnight and I had all day today, I decided to rent a car and go exploring. No one else wanted to go so I went by myself. My first stop was President Abraham Lincoln's birthplace in Hodgenville, KY. I remember going there as a kid but I have very vague memories of it and it doesn't look anything like what I remember. Then I drove over to Knob Creek which was Abraham Lincoln's boyhood ...
... I will be forever grateful. And although we would be traveling home together, Lauren (fourth from the right, over Brian's left shoulder) would stay behind in Europe for another week. This was the last time we would all be together. As you might expect, we ended up being particularly emotional.
And what goes better with an emotional lunch than ...
... There's not much more exciting and reassuring as a beginning professional than to see students improve in their writing and reading skills. Even more reassuring was the relationships I was able to build in that time, developing an emotional investment in these students' lives and futures, proud of them when they succeed and concerned for them when they stumble. I have two children of my own, but I have learned that ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Bluegrass Inn Elizabethtown
Other places to stay in Elizabethtown
209 Commerce Dr, Elizabethtown | 2 star motelfrom $65
2028 N. Mulberry St, Elizabethtown | 2 star motelfrom $54
642 East Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown | 1 star motelfrom $57
1042 North Mulberry Street, Elizabethtown | 1 star motelfrom $48