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... Picnic lunch with city scape back drop was the canvas to the day. We soon headed of again for another hours drive into Louisville, first stop was the Louisville sluggers museum and factory. We stepped out the fan to wall of heat, 32c... Walking though the streets of Louisville towards the museum we were greeted by the worlds biggest baseball bat. Tour of the factor followed. History, woodchip and stats was in the ...
... little quirky trips such as this. Brucie bonus we got a free little baseball bat which I will treasure forever :) After the museum it was time to hit up camp, we were staying at Louisville metro KOA in Indiana, which can only be described as a trailer park, I was expecting honey boo boo to come running out of nowhere shouting you better red-neck-o-nize this! It was brilliant proper American camping experience, southern heat, trains ...
So we arrived in Louisville for the action part of our trip....Thelma and Louise started driving in the US!! So we grab our keys to find our cool little Chevy Captiva and managed to get out of the airport carpark and to our hotel in one piece! Which considering, it was only one mile of driving was a good start! After our usual setup of our Chinese laundry, we ventured across the road to the Kentucky State Fair, where the only thing missing was my cowboy boots! All the girls had them on, so ...
... Even nicer was a chance to talk with him, meet his wife and three young triplets. His two days older children were out for the evening. Ed has parted from the ride to begin to find transportation back to Oregon so I am riding solo now. Tomorrow morning I pick up a package of maps at the post office to guide me. The basic route is now up through Indiana and Ohio to Lake Erie. After that is ...
... a downtown chain motel. Old
Louisville constitutes the third largest historic district neighborhood in the
U.S. and the largest one with almost entirely Victorian architecture. Ed took
me for a walk (I’m making myself sound like a puppy here) around the neighborhood
and showed me some of its architectural highlights – Saint James Court,
Belgravia Court, the Conrad-Caldwell House, and parks and churches. ...