Heading east to the south

I find it kinda funny that Kentucky is directly east of Missouri, and Missouri is not “the south” but Kentucky is. Anyway, what started out an overcast day with potentials for big storms turned out to be a beautiful day, and I enjoyed the drive from St. Louis to Owensboro, Kentucky.

Heading east to the south

Old Shawneetown, Illinois - arguable the oldest town in Illinois

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Heading east to the south

Beautiful blue Kentucky sky - and lots of other colors too

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Heading east to the south

Queue up the John Denver music for these kinds of roads

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Heading east to the south

Not much use for this bridge anymore I guess

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One Response to “Heading east to the south”

  1. Ryan Beverly says:

    Hey John,
    I’m happy to see that your trip is going well! I must say that I grow more and more envious every time you post new pics! What an adventure! The rest of us, well, we’re stuck at our desks (insert “sad face” emoticon here)! At least you are allowing us to live vicariously through your camera lens and sharp eye, and I’m sure I speak for everyone when I say…thanks for that!

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