R&R in Kentucky

So! What does one get up to in Green Turtle Bay? With friends, Gregg and Carol, in tow: a new haircut and facial, checking out Grand Rivers downtown, viewing American quilts at a quilt show, tinkering on the boat – – – and that’s all on the first day.

With a glorious Saturday of sunshine and warmth, we set sail through Barkley Canal which joins the Cumberland and Tennessee Rivers, to Moss Creek cove – a divine 89A4D99C-3A78-4396-99AF-DB48CA52A4DFlittle setting, resplendent with an abundance of turtles lazing on logs and woodpeckers drumming in the background. We entertained Gregg and Carol on the flybridge with alfresco dining, before taking a tootle in our dinghy, exploring the cove. A most enjoyable way to spend a Saturday.

Although it constantly rained on Sunday, it did not dampen our enthusiasm for exploring the nearby Land Between the Lakes –  a national recreation park. Gregg drove us to the Elk and Bison Prairie, where we saw bison up close and personal. Such a thrill to see them.

And the dogwoods have been glorious, both in town and along the Woodlands Trace in the Land Between the Lakes.41E579D0-1E16-4623-8918-E5B7BCA54397

 

 

 

 

 

Each day we have dined with Gregg and Carol, tasting Southern cuisine. We have tried hushpuppies, fried green tomatoes, fried dill pickles, catfish and key lime pie.

What can I say? Enjoying our R&R in Kentucky with good friends has been an absolute joy.

Such is Life!

8 thoughts on “R&R in Kentucky

  1. grace and dohee

    Thank you for your message
    please don’t go even near by Nashville
    keep paddling until Sydney coming

    Grace leave Tokyo today for Korea and then she will be home on ANZAC day

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  2. Vanessa and Richard

    Wow all that sounds idyllic.
    I’m in rainy Scotland looking after two sick adults and helping with the babies. It’s great to be a grandma😃 Richard at home. Xx

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