Day 87: Pumpkin carving and the Victorian Ghost Walk.

So a day of rest did nothing for my sore throat. But I did get some rest. Luka took a lot of naps with me yesterday. So much so that I thought his nighttime sleep might be screwed up because of it. But oh no, he slept thru the night. Thank you, Luka! Kids are funny. A crappy day of sleep leads to a crappy night of sleep. And opposite is true too. At least for my kids.

Day 87: Pumpkin carving and the Victorian Ghost Walk.

Since a day of rest didn’t do the trick, I thought I would drown myself in a huge bowl of pho instead. The restaurant might have been in a sketchier part of town and I might have seen a drug deal go down in front of it, but is was pretty darn good.

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Day 84: Sightseeing in Louisville, Kentucky.

It was strange to wake up and wrangle the kids into another room. Into another room with a door! There is a door separating us from them. Halleluiah!! Haha. I sound like Ma Ingalls. But seriously, it was a bit strange. We have been living in a small confined space since we left California back on July 28th, three months ago. Don’t get me wrong, I love living in the Airstream. But having a door is a nice change of pace for a few days.

Day 84: Sightseeing in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Day 82: Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

Mila decided that her first day in Kentucky was worthy of a new milestone. We haven’t boondocked since before Jackson Center and this morning, we woke up in the parking lot of the Walmart in Georgetown, Kentucky. It is warm and beautiful here and we let the girls do some arts and crafts before packing up and heading to Lexington. Just as we are cleaning up, we noticed about 3 inches of baby curls on the dinette table.

Day 82: Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

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