I like Kentucky, It's green with lots of rolling hills. We spent hours today riding around the secondary roads and it sort of reminds me of home in British Columbia. In this area the Corvette is King. It's America's Sports Car as the Corvette Assembly plant is just a few miles alway in Bowling Green. There are Corvettes everywhere and as you drive through the small towns, everyone waves at you. We even had riders of Harleys wave to us, as that is America's Premier Motorcyle
We had one day left to sightsee and one spot we ended up was the Historic Diamond Caverns (info here)
today there will be more photos than words
There are several caves in this area and we found that most recommended the Diamond Caverns over the massive Mammoth Caverns which has over 400 miles of tunnels
It is very dark down there. I was shooting at 3200 ISO wide open with a slow shutter so hopefully things won't be too blury. You are not allowed to bring tripods, monopods, movie cameras, hiking sticks, purses, backpacks, so it was a challenge
It was a moderate 58F down there.
Narrow stairways and steep steps
You are not allowed to wander aimlessly, you must be with a guide
A larger lung capacity would have come in handy as it was a strenuous walk back up
Can you notice the steep angle of the stairs ?
Tomorrow we head to Tennessee. I am thinking that I will be internet challenged for the next day or so as while there is Internet Available, it doesn't mention free and you know what that means. We thought that we got a good rate for the Hotel, but then they didn't tell us about charging $35. to park for the night.