Typical backwoods Kentucky woman. Strong willed, Jack of all trades, and stubborn. I will never conform with the average image of a middle aged southern woman.
I graduated college, I don’t need a man, I made a choice to share my life with my husband, not out of a necessity. I choose my life, life doesn’t choose me.
All shapes, colors, pieces, bits, ages, voices, hippies, gay, straight, Christian, atheist, Muslim, black, white, purple, or blue alien is welcome to be my friend as long as your heart is in the right place, know what respect means, and are breathing!
Any and all of everything nature, survival, construction, animals, flying, boating, fishing, hiking, camping, kayaking, caving, painting, sewing, biking, yoga, meditation, cooking, music... like I said- everything!
We have dogs and horses.
My back yard.
This is BFE- there is no town here!
I have a G20 camper van
Our hosts were kind and appropriate. It was a good stay. However the road leading to their driveway, in my opinion, is not advisable for a Class A or Class C rig. It is one lane and pitted, often without adequate shoulders.
Gypsy Gal was there to great us when we pulled up. It's so refreshing to feel welcome as if you're seeing an old friend. My husband talked with her husband while we ladies gabbed. We leveled out, hooked up and were left to enjoy our evening on their ranch.
Really nice folks with a peaceful property. Enjoyed watching the horses grazing in the field at sunset. Thank you!
Great directions, host met us when we parked. Very quiet, only sounds were animals. Nice property to explore with trails in the woods. Narrow roads last couple of miles, but very little traffic. Enjoyed our stay.
Unfortunately we didn't get to meet our hosts, but they have a beautiful property. They were very helpful and responded to our texts quickly. Their directions were accurate and easy to follow. There is one tight s-curve on the one-lane road leading to their place, but they had semi trucks parked onsite so we assume bigger RVs should be able to make the turn, too.
We enjoyed petting their horses and friendly dogs! Thank you for letting us stay.
Was a little skeptical on the drive in, but once we got there we felt safe. Nice and quiet and the hosts were very knowledgeable on many things. Would definitely recommend stopping here.
This stop was planned as my rest day. A quiet, secluded rural location near the height of land, surrounded by greenery, horses, and a short morning drive to Mammoth Cave National Park. Seemed like the perfect spot to relax and refresh after days on the road. The Hosts welcomed me and almost immediately everything changed. After a brief welcome, about an hour, we moved to the pergola and continued the conversation until dark. This was one of the most amazing days in my life, a wonderful Family Reunion with people I have never met. I will cherish this experience.