Capt Hiram's Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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10/9 – We packed up and left Nashville just as a front with severe thunderstorms was moving in. A great time to leave! Our destination was Bardstown, Kentucky, about 200 miles away. Bardstown is a small southern town with its claim to fame as the "Bourbon Capital of the World". It is the home of 5 bourbon distilleries including Jim Beam and Makers Mark. Bob explored the town and bought a bottle of local Bourbon while I stayed home ...
... it's great as it's not a boring interstate but there's no constant traffic lights like on the 1. See on To,Tom,that there are lots of hotels at a place called Sebastian and we find a great place called Capt Hiram's that Peter negotiates to $100 inc tax, I'd already rung the Nest Western here which had quoted $139 tax. It's a whole resort, restaurant, bar, music, boat tours you name it it's here! Anyway the room is really ...
We are out of our minds with joy in announcing the birth of our grandson, Zander Etan Barth!!! Zander arrived on October 17, 2013, at 1:13pm weighing in at 6 pounds, 14 ounces, and is 21 inches long.
Makana and Gil are still in shock that they are parents, all of the grandparents are sharing the news with everyone they know, and Zander seems to eat, sleep, and ...
It is a bright sunny day in Florida, usually what it is in the summer and hot! We attended Mass at St. Sebastian Catholic Church. We discovered the Garmin GPS is not working. Oh, no! Now we have to travel the old way - maps and Mapquest.
We set out to find the Jungle Trail. Someone had told Linda about ...
... split blizzard. I knew it was a poor choice, but intervening would have given away the secret. My lips were sealed.
We started off in the direction of the airport. I was a little concerned my genius engineer would figure out the ploy once we were lost on a road that clearly read "Airport Drive". Sitting co-pilot, he eagerly was searching on his GPS for the nearest water source. With the naivety of a child he said "Right down this road is ...