I am a little behind on my post and this should bring me up to date as of yesterday. We are on our way to Grandma's Campground outside of Louisville, Ky. We just left a Walmart and have about a half hour ride to our destination.
Casey likes to see where we are going when we travel.
|There are some falls colors but nothing like the colors of New England.|
|The KFC (YUM) Center, I wonder if they serve fried chicken at events.|
|More Baseball, we plan on visiting the Slugger factory.|
|We made it to Grandma's Place|
|We set-up and had a quick lunch so we could head out to see some sights.|
|Look familiar........yup, that's Fort Knox|
|They had a visitors center so we stopped in.|
|And look, they give out free samples, but no tours so we left.|
|On our way we stopped at the site of a civil war fort.|
Once parked we had to walk UP a 1/4 mile road to the top of the mountain to view the cemetery and fort.
|From the cemetery we walked up another hill to the Fort|
|View from the top.|
|A little info.|
|The top of the wall is only about nine feet now.|
|The out building were so small, it's hard to believe they were of any use.|
|And this is what the locals were living in.|
|The bedroom must be upstairs!|
We finished our tour and headed back to camp so I could play Frisbee with Casey. While we were play in the field, I looked over and noticed that we had an audience. I called Joyce and she came out and took these shots.
|It was cool the way they watched Casey run for the Frisbee.|
In all, there were six donkeys, adults and little ones. And there were also these guys, Llamas, or alpacas? Ah, the end of another great day.