We headed across the Ohio River into Kentucky on our way to Tennessee. As with many places, they use a dam as a bridge. Of course, on large rivers, with a dam comes the locks to assist the large amount of barge traffic.
We’ve finally made it back into the land of southern accents and restaurants with salsa.
It is amazing that there are any trees left in the southern states. The kudzu vines seem to be taking over.
We spent a nice relaxing weekend with friends, Mike and Patti, who spend winters at the same Rio Grande Valley RV resort that we do. They live in eastern Tennessee and were nice enough to meet us in the Murfreesboro area (near Nashville). We interrupted our relaxation to get off a few games of pêtanque and shuffle board.
It was good to see Mike and Patti. We’ll see them when they get back to the Valley in January.