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The two RV Gypsies in Louisville, Kentucky
October 10-11, 2011
The RV of the two RV Gypsies in their new yard at the
KOA Campground - Louisville South in Shepherdsville, Kentucky
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the RV opf the two rV Gypsies in KY
pool area in the campground
pool area in the campground
the pool in the campground
wildlife in the campground
Karen Duquette relaxed in the indoor hot tub at the campground. Most campgrounds do not have hot tubs, especially indoor hot tubs, so this was really a treat. Lee cannot join Karen in the hot tub or the pool because ever since he was injured last year in Kentucky, both hot and cold water bother the nerves in his hands. Karen had the hot tub all to herself.
the indoor hot tub at the campground
Karen relaxes in the indoor hot tub at the campground
mega cavern sign

mega cavern sign

clipart of a history bookThe man-made cavern spans under a number of roadways above and is part of 17 miles of corridors located beneath the city of Louisville, Kentucky. The Mega Cavern is approximately 100 acres.
The cavern was mined from the early 1930's to the early 1970's. The underground is the largest recycling center in Kentucky by tonnage. It handles more material by tonnage than all other cities combined. The average temperature in the Mega Cavern is 58 degrees year round.
outside of the Mega Cavern by the parking lot
toilet area in the Mega cavern
The MEGA ZIPS and Adventure Tour is located totally underground in a 100 acre complex consisting of developed and undeveloped subterranean space. The cavern was a former limestone pit mine that housed the largest civil defense shelter in Kentucky with provisions for 50,000 people to live underground for an extended period of time. The idea for MEGA ZIPS came about when one of the owners took a zipline tour while on vacation in Mexico. MEGA ZIPS is the only underground zipline adventure tour in the world.
the beginning of the Mega Cavern tour
It does NOT take any skills or physical strength to ride a zipline. Everyone is safely harnessed in and you just have to gently hold onto the handle, relax, and enjoy the ride. The operators control the brake at the end of the zipline. It is a smooth, easy ride, and a smooth stop. There are suspension bridges between each of the zipline stations, and those can be a bit scary, but the two RV Gypsies really enjoyed zipping in the dark.
the transport truck at Mega Cavern
someone on the zip line in the Mega Cavern
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Kentucky's Capital City and Capitol Building
Kentucky's Natural Bridge and Sky Lift
Red River Gorge
Zipline

Nada Tunnel
stand-off

Josephine Sculpture Park

Kentucky Vietnam
Veterans Memorial

U.S. Marine Corp.
history
Daniel Boone's
grave site
Louisville, KY and
the Mega Cavern
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