"Doing things Differently"


Sitting in a Wal Mart parking lot in Mount Stirling, Kentucky.  Probably 100 miles or so east of Louisville, Ky.  We are just off I 64.  Traveled most of today off the interstate roads.  We prefer the two lane roads to Interstate, that's where the sights are.  Anyhow, I think we'll head east tomorrow.  We saw some of the horse farms here in Kentucky.  Obviously, someone has some money invested.  Many of the farms we passed had board fences around them.  Some of the farms had a stone fence about 3 feet high instead, and then had an entrance that had stone pillars, with an intercom system to communicate with the ranch.  I am assuming they are related to the horse racing industry.  Anyhow, last night I saw something really unique.  Some one had taken a Pace Arrow motor home about the size of ours, and painted it a dark gray, then added some graphics on the side, just like some of the newer motor homes.  He was then pulling a white trailer that was about 30 feet long, which was about the length of the motor home.  Overall, the unit was about 60 feet long.  It was about 1:00 in the morning when I saw it, and the parking lot was not extremely bright, but the light that was there, provided a really neat view.   The different color on the motor home  made it look like a completely different unit.  Didn't think that anyone else was spending any money on the older units any more.  Obviously, I was wrong.  Temperatures today ranged from about 70 to 84.  Not bad for this time of the year.  Probably will end up in Virginia tomorrow sometime, and by the way, we are back on eastern time.  Outta here for this evening.  Later.