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The two RV Gypsies had fun on the Alpine Slide
at Kentucky Action Park
June 11, 2010
Plus Big Mike's Mystery Fun House, Big Mo, and more....
Alpine Slide barn
aign at the Apline Slide
At the only Alpine Slide in Kentucky, the two RV Gypsies took the scenic chair lift ride to the top of the mountain to ride the Alpine sled on a ¼ mile trip down the mountain filled with turns and bends! A unique control lever allowed Karen and Lee to control the speed down the mountain.
The chair lift
The chair lift
While riding the chair lift up the mountain, the two RV Gypsies took a self portrait
Lee Duquette
the two RV Gypsies
View from the ride up the mountain in the chair lift at Kentucky Action Park.
The chair lift
The chair lift
The chair lift
chair lift and alpine slide
alpine slide
alpine slide
alpine slide
The two RV Gypsies, ready for take-off on the Alpine Slide
Karen Duquette
Lee Duquette
They do not allow people to go simultaneously on the Alpine Slide, so they gave Lee the go-ahead first, then after he was part way down the slide, they allowed Karen to go. So Lee was already at the bottom when Karen arrived and he was able to get a photo of her on the slide.
Karen Duquette
Karen Duquette
Cave City, Kentucky - Big Mike's Rocks, Gift Shop, & Mystery House
They charged $1 to tour the Mystery House, but coupons can be found for a free entry.

The Mystery House has several black light posters that the guide will ask you to define what you think you see in the posters. The highlights are the classics -- chair on the wall, billiard balls going uphill, water running uphill, tilted rooms with slanted floors, mirrors that change how you look and an optical illusion room.

Outside the store, odd-shaped windows
Inside the store, extra large underwear
dd-shaped windows
extra large underwear
In Big Mike's Mystery House, the two RV Gypsies sat on a chair that was floating in the air.
Lee Duquette floating on a chair
Karen Duquette floating on a chair
Although the two RV Gypsies were standing STRAIGHT UP on this large chair, it appears that they were leaning forward.
Lee Duquette
Karen Duquette
Although the two RV Gypsies were standing STRAIGHT UP on this large chair, it appears that they were leaning backwards.
Lee Duquette
Karen Duquette
The two RV Gypsies felt that best part of the Mystery House was the room where the two RV Gypsies stood in opposite corners of the room and they looked like they were either shorter or taller than normal due to slanted floors/ceilings, receding walls, and perspective distortion.
the two RV Gypsies
the two RV Gypsies
Back in the store there is a Big Mo display, the world's largest fossilized mosasaur skull
sign about big Mo
Big Mo
Big Mo
Big Mo
Other attractions in the general area
Located in Bowling Green Kentucky at I-65 exit 28, the 110,000 sq. ft. building houses more than 70 Corvette models plus Driving Simulators.
sign aoutside the National Corvette Museum
Dinosaur World has a park in Florida, Kentucky and Texas. The dinosaurs represent a variety of well known and unusual species, which are displayed outdoors with explanatory signs; - Brachiosaurus, Chasmosaurus, Dilophosaurus, Spinosaurus, Stygimoloch, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus Rex
Dinosaur World in Kentucky
history bookMammoth Cave National Park is a U.S. National Park in central Kentucky, encompassing portions of Mammoth Cave, the longest cave system known in the world. The official name of the system is the Mammoth-Flint Ridge Cave System for the ridge under which the cave has formed. The park was established as a national park on July 1, 1941. It became a World Heritage Site on October 27, 1981, and an international Biosphere Reserve on September 26, 1990.

The park's 52,835 acres are located primarily in Edmonson County, Kentucky, with small areas extending eastward into Hart County and Barren County. It is centered around the Green River, with a tributary, the Nolin River, feeding into the Green just inside the park. With over 367 miles of passageways it is by far the world's longest known cave system, being well over twice as long as the second longest cave system, which is South Dakota's Jewel Cave with just over 150 miles of known passageways.

mammoth Cave National Park entryway
The new Yard of the two RV Gypsies at Singing Hills Campground. No pool, no clubhouse, a small book exchange in the office and the nicest people own the campground, and the stay was extremely pleasant, even under terrible circumstances of Lee needing surgery and the hospital being 90 miles from the campground.
sign - Singing hills Campground
When the two RV Gypsies first arrived at Singing Hills Campground, they only planned to stay for 2 days. But then Lee fell and got seriously injured and needed surgery. The campground had to move the two RV Gypsies to another site. It was a bummer because Karen had to drive the RV and doesn't really like to drive it. But they did like the second site better. The two RV Gypsies were at this campground for 5 full weeks. The owners were very nice people.
the RV of the two RV Gypsies
The RV of the two RV Gypsies
July 9, 2010 - Today the two RV Gypsies ate at El Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant & Grill in Cave City, KY because a native in the area recommended it. In the opinion of the two RV Gypsies, the sauce that came with the chips tasted like plain, ordinary tomato sauce. Even adding their hot sauce to it did not give it any kick. The dinners did not give the two RV Gypsies any reason to want to return to this restaurant. They also have a restaurant in Glasgow, Bowling Green and Munfordville. No, the two RV Gypsies will not try one of them.
After visiting these areas, Lee became in need of surgery in Kentucky, so the two RV Gypsies had a long lay-over stay at Cave City, and they never got to see Mammoth Cave.

go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies Scott County, Indiana

a self-guided 2-1/2 hour easy tour of historical places in Scott County