Retirement Trip 2006
Nov
18
2006

Danielle…we’re home.

Well Danielle has been worried that we were lost, so I just wanted to let her know we made it home.

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
11
2006

The call of home is too great…

Well the call of home has become too great for Carol Ane and so we’re heading home. The temperature is going into the 30’s in Kentucky tonight, so we’re out of there. We’re going to make a run for it and hope to be home for the weekend.

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Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
11
2006

Did Paul find a new career?

We toured the Makers Mark distillery today the smells were tantalizing. After the tour I dipped a bottle and they were so impress that wanted me to report to the line in the morning. But when I found out I would have to work for two years before becoming a tastes I declined the offer.

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Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
11
2006

After the Distillery

Well, there was no tasting AT the distillery. But after the fumes, Kentucky and West Virginia just didn’t look the same….

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
11
2006

Jack of All Trades, Master of None

Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda. Would Paul have made a master distiller? At the Maker’s Mark Distillery in West Virginia he puts the finishing touches on a pint of West Virgina’s finest…(Actually, I don’t know if it is really the finest because there was no tasting. Except for chocolates which words cannot describe. We do have a […]

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
11
2006

What you see on the road

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
10
2006

Paul Likes to Spelunk

Or whatever it is called. I thought it was cold, dark and damp. And full of creepy, crawly things. Paul seems to be in his element. (Actually, the Mannmouth Caves were pretty spectacular…)

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
10
2006

I suspect that I am not going on the Frozen Margarita Tour

This was my first hint that I was not going on the Frozen Margarita Tour….

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
10
2006

Frozen Niagara Tour

Probably I should get my hearing checked. I could have sworn that Paul told me we were going on a Frozen Margarita Tour.

Retirement Trip 2006
Oct
10
2006

We went batty today

Well not really, we just took a tour of part of the 350 known miles of caves in Mammoth Caves Kentucky. This is the worlds largest cave system and if you ever get the chance to go, do it, it was amazing (of course that fact that I didn’t have to worry about any little […]