Broadbent Inn & Suires
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Hit the BP station in Metropolis, IL randomly and the boys were excited to find out that it's Superman's hometown. Even the gas station had these sweet cutouts to pose with. They want to collect stickers from all of the states as we travel so we were able to get a fun one. As we travel further south the people seem to get more polite. Less fashionable perhaps but definitely kinder and more considerate. Made it to Kentucky!!! ...
... The Honky Tonk section was alive with tourists and the whole city was vibrant.The tour guide informed us that it is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. There are many corporations moving headquarters there because there is no state income tax, and the quality of life available to employees. The city has over 132 parks all of which are beautifully maintained. We moved on to Land Between the ...
Nothing like waking up to a peaceful campground, dew on the grass, a chill in the air and the comforts of home... a Keurig machine and Donut Shop coffee:) After a great nights sleep it was time to get back on the road if we actually wanted to do the JD tour. I did inside chores and Mike cleaned up the mess we left behind from the night before. We make a great team! On the way out of the campground we passed a 'dump station' and we both said we didn't need to ...
After leaving Corinth, I drove through Tennessee to Parker's Crossroads, another Forrest battlefield at the meeting point of two highways. I followed the main stops of the driving tour and walked much of the preserved parts of the battlefield, which was effectively bisected along the east/west axis by the interstate. I noticed that this ...
... facility where the candidates for this unit undergo selection training. This may not sound all that exciting, except for the fact that they are housed in old ammunition bunkers in what used to be an old Cold War nuclear weapons storage area. There were lots of remnants of this period, complete with concrete "pill boxes" that used to be where the sentries used to be stationed.
A very unique day for both Marion and I