TAYLORSVILLE AGAIN

By: joealaska, 3:08 PM GMT on October 19, 2014

Spending most of the weekend with the family celebrating the big anniversary. It is cool here and kind of dreary with low clouds.

Sunday morning at the horse camp. As usual everyone but me is packing up and getting ready to leave. Soon I will be all by myself again.

Dutchie has adjusted quickly, and she is right back home here with plenty of roaming room. I was at the computer and glanced out the window where she was struggling to stay in a...

TRIP NUMBERS

By: joealaska, 11:57 PM GMT on October 15, 2014

Today was a decent drive from Paducah to Shepherdsville, Kentucky. About 15 miles south of Louisville. Maybe 45 minutes to the folks place. Now that I got here, they tell me the place is completely booked for the weekend. So I have to find another place tomorrow, then move the next day.

Dutchie went out immediately upon arrival. The rain, which was falling all day, started falling harder. I knew Dutchie would hunker down somewhere and wait it out. ...

Updated: 10:38 PM GMT on October 17, 2014

STORMS IN KENTUCKY and MORE!

By: joealaska, 12:00 AM GMT on October 14, 2014

The Kansas City Royals baseball game has been cancelled tonight due to all the storms and rain coming through. Funny storm front, with a couple of vertical fronts moving through close to each other. The leading edge was the problem, with high winds and heavy rain. I heard thunder, but the sound of the rain dulled it.

Now the line moves east toward LOUISVILLE. Mom will be getting a call from the weather service.

Dutchie stayed out through th...

PADUCAH UNTIL TUESDAY

By: joealaska, 12:31 AM GMT on October 12, 2014

KANSAS CITY ROYALS CONTINUE THEIR RIDE TO DESTINY, WINNING AGAIN TONIGHT.

Still sitting in Paducah, where it is cold and dreary. I only went out today to run to the store for some food. Good day to stay in and watch football and baseball.

The campground is nice. Pretty quiet for being next to PADUCAH INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY. Today they are having a funny car event, dragsters. Every once in a while there is a loud roar that lasts a few seco...

PADUCAH

By: joealaska, 1:37 AM GMT on October 08, 2014

This morning I was in no hurry to get out on the road ASAP. It was going to be 4 hours at the most. Still, I strapped in Red Rover last night just to be ready. I did break my rule and let Dutchie out the morning of MOVING DAY. I figured I could get her when needed. Normally she goes out IMMEDIATELY, then comes in maybe 2 hours later, knowing Fluff has had first dibbs and should be gone. In reality, Fluff makes a couple of quick returns to the smorgasbord.

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On June 4th I left Kentucky driving my RV known as Leggs. The trip is mostly unplanned, it will be interesting to see where I end up. Let's GO!