Thursday, September 22, 2011


Thursday, September 22 – We arrived at Grandma's RV Campground in Shepherdsville, Kentucky – that's just South of Louisville, KY. We spent last night at the FMCA headquarters in Cincinnati, OH, where camping is free for FMCA members. We only had a couple hours drive today, but we started out in some pretty heavy fog around the Ohio River Valley. Once we climbed into Kentucky is was pretty clear sailing.


Grandma's RV Campground is a great location for visiting this part of Kentucky. It has paved roads and level gravel sites. There's a pretty good crowd here, but there are a few empty sites. It's easy access to I-65 being just a quarter mile off the exit ramp.

We are in Site 37.

The sites are a bit close, but plenty of room for our short one-week visit.

Down the road.

We drove down to the Louisville Visitors Center to pick up some brochures to check the sights to see. We asked the gal, "What is the correct pronunciation of Louisville. Is it Looavul, Luhvul, Loueville, Looaville or Looeyville?  She said, "You can pronounce any way you want EXCEPT Lou-is-ville. We also met up with the "Fried Chicken King" himself at the Visitors Center.



Unfortunately, Marsha spotted some “painted horses” scattered around town, so it looks like we'll be taking pictures of horses for the blog. (Notice the one in the header.)

We'll be here for a week checking out this area so stop back and see what great things we write about.

Thanks for stopping by. Hope to see ya'll back real soon. Have a great day!