Motel 6 Lexington East
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I must say that this was one of the most beautiful campgrounds I have ever been to. We caught an amazing sunset over cave run lake then started a fire and heated up some of the BBQ left over from the wedding and had it with a side of the Asian noodle salad( if any of ...
... is so funny is that we would use the car's navigation and then mom would say that dad always uses his phone and feels the navigation is more up to date so she would start trying to talk to her phone and get directions that way. Then when her technology skills were not working well we would ask Caroline to get directions on her phone. I would say we spent a lot of needless time trying to get our navigation to give us ...
... or 1844 instead of the line of weak
presidents who emerged as election victors in the decades of division over
slavery leading up to the Civil War.
Mary Todd Lincoln had an interesting family history beyond
being just being the president’s wife. She grew up in family of divided
loyalties with many family members, including several brothers and
half-brothers supporting the Confederate side during the Civil War. Because ...
... end of your tour but you won’t get a free sample. What’s the fun of that? I made that mistake when I was in Kentucky in 2003 and visited Maker’s Mark distillery in Loretto, in apparently dry Marion County. No free sample (insert sad face emoticon here). The same thing happened to me two years later at Jack Daniels in Lynchburg, Tennessee in dry Moore County.
Well, I made sure to visit distilleries in wet counties on this trip – ...
... Main Streets
full of businesses like restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and small stores that
I find all around the country on my road trips. It’s true that people may not
go downtown to buy a refrigerator or paint or back-to-school supplies much
anymore, but that hardly means that small town downtowns are all dead or can’t
adapt to the modern reality of suburbanization and automobiles.