Fort Worth, Texas
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I do not live in Allensville, KY I just grew up there. I live in Texas now, since 1989. I can't get this thing to update my "from" ! I am quite knowledgeable about KY, TN and surrounding areas though.
Phoenixis a city of approximately 1.6 million, but is surrounded by a number of smaller cities within Maricopa County . Metro Phoenix had 4,574,351 residents, so there is something for everyone.As far as things to do other than baseball, it really de... See More
if you follow the earlier suggestion and head up through Kentucky and towards Bardstown, you will most likely go up from Memphis through Nashville and take I-65 north until you get to the Bluegrass Parkway. This will take you right by Mammoth Cave Na... See More
***Disclaimer: Our daughter has lived in Phoenix for 10 years so we have made the trip from Fort Worth to Phoenix at least 8 times by car. We love to stop at interesting places, plus we did several of these attractions as individual trips while she w... See More
Pagosa Springs to Tucson You can drive down to Chamaand ride the Cumbres Tolec Scenic Railroad to Antonito (either a four or 7 hour trip depending on which one you choose) They will bus you back to Chama, and you can drive from there to Santa Fe and ... See More
Mammoth Cave National Park 90 miles north of Nashville just off I-65. It is half way between Louisville and Nashville. In Louisville there is a fine Louisville Science Center, tours of Churchill Downs; Lexington offers the Kentucky Horse Park Bardsto... See More
I highly recommend the east side of El Pasoso as to be on the other side of any rush hour in the morning. If you leave there around 9 you should be in Dallas by 10 pm ( you will lose an hour) We drove from there to Fort Worth last week; left hotel at... See More
If you have enough time, head up to Sedona and/or Jerome (Arizona) where it is cooler and greener. Jerome is an old copper mining town and is lots of fun to just walk around in. Don't miss the Kaleidoscope shop or the former insane asylum which is no... See More