Radcliff/Ft. Knox Super 8 Motel
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... by Claire, Luke And Dani. Fajitas spicey southern feel went down a treat. Beer and baseball game rounded up day 4. Baseball was a interesting highlight. Louisville bats vs Mudhems the matchup, actual game was slow and boring but the company and mascot entertainment was real buzz. Loving the southern life think I may just want move out here. Night ended with conversation and sleeping with very little on 25c night time ...
... the hour and Harley's parked up here, there and everywhere. Tea was provided by Dani, Claire and Luke yummy beef fajitas washed down with some margaritas. After tea we headed for the Louisville stadium to see Louisville take on the Mudhems, I must say I think I was on the opponents side as the baseballers were much cuter ha ;) Sat there with a beer in hand and great company was an awesome experience, felt like I was officially in ...
... really missing the experience of actually fitting in wearing them!! The State Fair was awesome, I was in my element but there were no real crazy American's though, so we missed out maybe it would have been wilder on weekend!! The highlight of the night, with out a doubt, was seeing Lady Antebellum who from the third row were amazing to say the least! A talented Trio with unbelievable harmonies and one talented band! The atmosphere was fantastic, the noise level was nuts with both ...
... 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 ...
houses are gorgeous.
After picking John up at the airport and checking-in to our
motel we went for a walk downtown. John really wanted to walk across the
recently-opened Big-Four pedestrian/Cycling Bridge across the Ohio River to
Jeffersonville, Indiana. The old railroad bridge dates from 1895 and operated
until 1969, essentially abandoned until recently being converted into the