We got news Sunday that Wallace's brother passed away. The services will be in Louisville, Kentucky on Thursday, so instead of continuing east on I 40 through Tennessee, we turned north of Nashville onto I 65 into Kentucky.
We found another Corps of Engineer park near Mammoth Cave National Park on Nolin River Lake.
These photos give you an idea what the park looks like with the last view out our dining window. We took a long winding, narrow road to get to this park.
We will travel to Louisville from here for the services, then venture on into West Virginia via I 64 sometime Sunday on our way north toward Maine.
I have lost two brothers-in-law in one month!
This park is okay. Very few people which is wonderful. There are lots of birds. I have never seen so many Red-headed Woodpeckers in one place. Our bird list is 45 species with several more days to go. The best bird being the Cape May Warbler.
We drove north to Leitchfield, Kentucky today to wash clothes and pick up a few groceries. This was parked in the parking lot at Wal-mart.
|HARVEY PAUL STERNBERG, JR.|
Until next time...