Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Beaver Dam, Kentucky, United States

Oct 20, 2017 - Last day

I fixed biscuits and gravy for breakfast this morning, then we spent the rest of the day just relaxing. Don and I made another run into town to top off the propane tank before we traveled. Bud and Lori took us to Bill's in Owensboro for dinner. They had taken us tbere for our anniversary when we were here the last time. And just like the last time we had a to-die-for steak and yummy creme brulee for dessert. It was early to bed for all of us.

Jump to full entry

Oct 19, 2017 - Time With Bud and Lori

Well it was interesting pulling in to Bud's place. I was in touch with him by phone as we drove in. He kept saying he didn't know how he was going to have us pull in, and finally said he would be standing by the road waiting for us. He had decided to have us pull in through the grass to the brand new pad he had poured for us to park on. We were skeptical since they had recently had so much rain, so Don very gingerly started onto the grass. It only took a couple feet for us to realize that we would sink out of sight if we continued so...

Jump to full entry

Oct 15, 2017 - Another change of plans

As soon as I could get a signal I received a text from my sister with a picture of my mom sitting up in bed and smiling. After 3 bags of fluid and a massive dose of antibiotics she is better, and able to go home. She has no memory of how sick she was or the trip to the ER yesterday. So now what? It did not appear to be critical that we get there immediately so we decided to go with plan B and spend some time with friends, Bud and Lori, in Kentucky. Which was good because the campground we were going to be at did not have space for us until...

Jump to full entry

Mar 14, 2009 - Leaving for Nappanee, IN

At about 2pm today, we finally got the motorhome packed and ready to head to Nappanee, IN where Newmar is located. Newmar is the company that built our motorhome. We are traveling there to have some new equipment installed and to have a couple of items repaired. It had rained the night before, so the ground where the motorhome is parked next to the house was wet and muddy. I got the motorhome moving, but it quickly got mired up in mud and I was stuck. The rig weights 22,000 lbs, so you just can't get out and push. I used the jacks to raise...

Jump to full entry