Back in Kentucky again.

So this was like our 5th time coming to the Louisville area on this McDonalds project. This time we were further south like we were when we stayed at the Alpaca farm. We found a nice little campground in Glendale, KY that was only $25 a night and they gave us a spot right on the fishing lake. It’s water and electric hook up only, but they do have a free dump station. So for most folks this would work fine. They do have full hook up sites available, but they are not right on the lake.

While we were here we went and saw Abraham Lincoln’s birth place. The cabin he was born in was about the same size are our trailer, but only had one room. Actually we may have a little more room in our trailer. It was pretty cool to see. I always wondered how they were built. We also went and looked at historic Glendale, but everything was closed. Apparently it’s a seasonal town or something.

When we came home we had dinner and tried a little fishing. Couldn’t catch anything though. The kids and I went around to all the empty campsites and gathered up left over firewood and made a fire. We kept dodging rain, but it would rain for literally a minute or two then stop. So we were able to toast some marshmellows and sit outside and enjoy the evening. The rain started hard right about bed time. Worked out well. 🙂

We would probably come back to this campground again if we were ever here again.

You can read the review here.

  • PEGGY PJ

    May 24th, 2011

    HI, SO YOUR TRAVELING AGAIN, HOW NICE TO BE ABLE TO DO THIS.. SO DO YOU HAVE A HOME PLACE TO CALL HOME OR NOT??KEEP IN TOUCH WITH ME ALL OF YOU,,,MISS YOU,,,LOVE U ALL,,,PEGGY PJ DON,T YOU EVER GET TIRED OF TRAVELING ALL OVER THE USA…

  • Ryan

    May 24th, 2011

    No we do not currently have a house. We are looking for one back in PA, but haven’t been successful yet. We are sort of picky about where it is. You can always just look here to see what we are up to.

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