December 02, 2008
Off Road Luxury Evolving
Not much has changed in Kentucky as far as GPS goes. The ridiculous thing still showed us running parallel to but off the roads continously admonishing us to "Return to roadway as soon as possible." Can someone please get down to Kentucky and document the road changes there. At least this time, we knew what to expect. We expected we’d get lost. And we did. But we also recognized the cow-field and were able to right ourselves more quickly. Experience does matter. And, we knew where the restaurants were, too.
As usual, we weren’t sure about the Loucon accommodations. We knew they knew we were coming. We knew they would provide lodging for us. We found out how supportive they were. We ended up in the Caretaker’s cabin. A five room mini-bunk house with a common lounge area and in-room sinks. Feeling like missionary royalty, we assured ourselves these were the best accommodations we could expect on this trip. We hoped we’d get the same cabin on the return trip.
We briefed ourselves outside in the picnic area. Some jobs were loosely assigned. I say loosely because, well, everything tends to change a few times as far as organization goes. We can only attempt to prepare ourselves, and we do so knowing that our attempts are temporary. As we get to know each other, discover talents, strengths, desires, we evolve.
Posted by jaselin at December 2, 2008 08:20 PM