We stayed at Big Bone Lick State Park in Union, Kentucky for two nights. It was a beautiful campground. See my review of the campground here in our forums section of ViewRVs.
After leaving Big Bone Lick we headed to Fort Boonesborough State Park in Richmond, Kentucky. Another beautiful campground. I think Kentucky is one of the best kept secrets in the United States. It is one of the most beautiful places that I have ever been.
On a side note for the last three nights our furnace went back to being inoperable. We pretty much know what is wrong, but we won’t be able to fix it until we get home. We searched every Walmart and Lowe’s that we could find for a portable heater, but apparently it is fan time and not heater time. We were able to buy an extra blanket, though. We have woken up the last three mornings with a temperature reading inside the RV of 50, 48 and 48 degrees, respectively. A little warmer than tent camping I guess!
I have been learning that I need to “roll with the punches” because camping in a vintage RV has its challenges. One minute everything can be working fine and the next minute not so much. Being 100% Italian makes it a bit hard to not get stressed out over the smallest of things. It is just my nature. I realize, however, that RVing is a blast, so I need to relax when things don’t always go as planned! “Keep Calm and Carry On” as they say.