Photos from a day in Kentucky

These photos are from a day in Kentucky, specifically, Bullitt County, the Jim Beam Distillery and Bardstown. As my regular readers have probably figured out, when Tanya and I travel together we are frequently distracted. It is less than 300 miles from Valparaiso, IN to Louisville, KY and we barely made it there in a day. As it turned out, my cousin had to make a run up into Indiana so we had some time to kill. When I saw a sign advertising that we were close to the Jim Beam Distillery, it was clear that another detour was coming up. While touring the grounds, my cousin called and we discovered we were only 15 miles apart from each other, so we decided to meet for lunch at a nearby town. After eating, Tanya and I decided to take another detour to Bardstown and then drove along the Bluegrass Parkway.

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Photos From Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky and Illinois

Photos From Road Trip Day 10
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Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky and Illinois

Day 10 of our road trip started off in Jonesboro, AR after spending a lovely evening with some friends that live there. We really did not know where we were going to travel to today, but as we were less than 600 miles from Tanya’s home, there was a good chance that this would be the last day of this leg of the trip. We ended up headed to Missouri and the Mississippi River. We took some side roads and drove along a levee which gave us an opportunity to see things we would have missed if we had taken the interstate. It was a very long day, but we ended up in Valparaiso, IN which will be home for Buddy and I for a couple days, anyway. The question is, will Tanya drive home with us? Stay tuned.
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