First of all, I have added pictures to the following photo albums:
- Rough River Dam State Resort Park – I’ve had quite a few requests for pictures inside the cottages at Rough River Dam State Resort Park. Since I, personally, have never been inside one of these cottages. I’m a lodge kind of gal – closer to the restaurant. Closer to the restaurant means closer to the fried catfish. It’s all about priorities and, more times than not, my priorities are breaded and fried. So I didn’t have any pictures to share. Thankfully, Geoff Roberts took some for us and e-mailed them to my husband. Thanks Geoff! The picture, shown above, is from one of the park’s executive cottages. Gorgeous! I’ve added the other pictures to the Rough River Dam State Resort Park photo album. I also added a few other pictures to the album – a hiking trail right beside the cottages, a few more pictures of Rough River Lake, and a couple of pictures one of my daughters took on a trip she and her new husband took to Rough River.
- I also added more pictures to the Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park photo album. The new pictures include pictures of the beautiful lodge swimming pool, Kentucky Lake, Kentucky Dam Marina, the patio behind the lodge (a place me and Michael have found to be one of the most peaceful spots in the entire state), and pictures from the lodge restaurant, Harbor Lights. When you check out the pictures, know this: The pies were even more delicious than they look.
- I added more pictures to the Grand Rivers, Kentucky picture gallery. I added a picture of Dockers Bayside Grill’s Turtle Burger that has my mouth officially watering. They grill the onions on their Turtle Burger and you’d be amazed at the difference it makes. So good. I’ll be adding more pictures to this particular page throughout the day…. after I have lunch. The Turtle Burger has convinced my stomach that it’s time to eat!
I’m also in the process of re-doing each of the photo album pages, making the thumbnails bigger, adding a little more information.. that sort of thing.
Thanks again, Geoff, for the help with the pictures. I know you’re a busy guy – especially this time of year!