DEB AND DAVE'S RV ADVENTURE
"Life Rocks When Your House Rolls"
MAINE to KENTUCKY
Our last chance for Maine Lobster. We enjoyed these 2 monsters outside of Bangor.
Bangor waterfront on the Penobscot River
The capitol building in Concord. This is one of the many beautiful
State Capitol buildings we have seen in our travels.
We stayed in the Green Mountains where we saw several of the famous Vermont covered bridges near Bennington. Throughout the area there were many painted moose depicting the local scenery.
Vermont countryside is so green and quaint. This farm had a silo made of brick and stone.
This war memorial looms over the town of Bennington. It can be seen from miles around. An elevator takes you to the top.
The view of what we dubbed "Golden Pond" from our magical campsite in the Green
Mountains at Woodford VT.
Wilmington, another quaint little historical town with flowers everywhere. On the right is the Memorial Crafts Inn, built around 1845.
We started to see a little color in the maple trees before we left. It would be fabulous to see
the fall colors someday!
Driving through New York we noticed the signs that say "Text" Stop instead of Rest Stop.
Gorgeous countrysides in Western NY.
We stayed right on Lake Erie in the panhandle of PA. This is the Headlands Beach Lighthouse.
The campground overlooked the lake but as we looked to the east we saw a large nuclear power plant. Creepy at sunrise!
Sunset over Lk. Erie. On a clear night you can see the lights in Canada, 68 miles away.
There was a county fair closeby. One of the features was
harness racing. Lots of fun.
Barges on the Ohio River,
across is Kentucky.
Our last state of the lower 48!
Louisville is famous for the Louisville Slugger. We went to the museum and factory tour.
In the Louisville skyline picture above you will notice a circular ramp. It takes you up to an amazing walking/biking bridge across the Ohio River to Indiana.
David got to swing
Mickey Mantle's bat!