Grannies On The Road

RVing across America. One small town, beach, park, mountain, flea market, BBQ joint, soda shop, junk shop and diner, at a time.

Kentucky Here We Come

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We didn’t take ANY pictures while we drove down 64 W through West Virginia. It was raining and the road was rough and Little Agnes doesn’t like mountains. (She’s more of a Beach Girl). Oh and the tolls. Hummm! Wonder what they use them for?

Anyway, we got into Grayson, Ky. around lunch time so we stopped at the China House buffet for lunch. We liked it. It didn’t have very good reviews on Google Map, but I guess we’re not that picky. The prices were reasonable too. While we were there it started pouring! So, we ate a little more. 🙂  We had a little time before we could check into the campground so we drove over to Kings Daughters Medical Center and hung out in their parking lot. (Slept off lunch).

 

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Later that day we arrived at someone’s house. Aka…the campground…

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The people had actually made a campground in their backyard. By the sign, we were instructed to knock at the backdoor for assistance. The lady was very nice! It was very wet when we got there and the sewer connections were underwater. She told us to pick any site we wanted even a pull-thru (for the same price as a back-in) since there was a lot of standing water. We got everything hooked up and Sandy took our little trash bag (Walmart Bag) over to the dumpster. She came back and reported the dumpster was empty and smelled like rose pedals.

The next morning after a leisurely breakfast, we unhooked and Sandy again, went to throw our little trash bag in the dumpster. She couldn’t believe it. It was empty again! And smelled like rose pedals.

We figured the owner has OCD. Anyway, we really liked this little campground. It was right off 64.

Next stop: The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Ky.

The Ark Encounter is a Christian theme park that opened in 2016. The centerpiece of the park is a full-scale model of Noah’s Ark as described in the Bible. It is 510 feet (155 m) long, 85 feet (26 m) wide, and 51 feet (16 m) high. Wikipedia has a tremendous amount of information about it. If you ever get the chance to go, it’s worth it!

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On to Indiana….

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RVing across America. One small town, beach, park, mountain, flea market, BBQ joint, soda shop, junk shop and diner, at a time.

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