Rooster and I decided to explore Paducah after we left The National Quilt Museum. We’ve visited this city on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River many times.
Traveling in this direction would get us to The National Quilt Museum a few minutes faster. We were in no hurry, but it beat sitting in a traffic jam.
Rooster and I spent the afternoon hanging out in downtown Metropolis. The tiny community resembles Smallville more than a hustling, bustling metropolis.
If your adventure destination is Metropolis, you should spend some time searching for Superman. I can assure you it won’t take much effort to find The Man of Steel.
I am finally to the point in my recovery where I’m better than before I got the new metal knee. Rooster and I can now start enjoying our retirement.
It surprised us that we found a room at a reasonable price on the lake. We spent the remainder of the day exploring Saint Joseph, Michigan.
A waitress also told us they canceled the festival due to COVID, but we managed to find our share of tulips in Holland, Michigan
Rob brought us both presents back from South Carolina. My gift is an autographed copy of Bill Noel’s Folly (a book review).
The Route 66 spots are open because they are located inside businesses. Rooster and I decided to eat dinner at Route 66 Motorheads
One of Rooster and my favorite Springfield attractions is the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum. We knew it would be the highlight of our adventure.