24 February 2007


One thing that is true about Kentucky is that it is filled with unique places. Being cheap, and interested in what we have here in our state, we've been trying to visit some of them. Today's adventure was to here:
Cumberland Falls, one of only two falls in the world where you can see a moonbow. The boys and I drove down this morning and hiked over to see the falls. Even though we weren't there to see a moonbow, the falls are still quite impressive. The boys really enjoyed seeing them, and so did I. They are apparently called the Niagra Falls of the South. Oh, and today I was elected to Camps and Conference board for our diocese. That's the actual reason we went to Corbin, but who can go to a place like this and not go and see them?

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