Month: April 2011

Road Trip to Mammoth Cave

We wanted to take a road trip Road trips require a delicate balance of planning — but not too much planning — and a willingness to fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants and understand that the most fun part of your adventure will be the unplanned parts. As any good road tripper knows, you need a few key items when you begin your journey: • A camera (in our case, a camera and a video camera) • An idea of where you’re headed (not necessarily a plan, and definitely not a schedule) • A full tank of gas (we hope you get it cheaper than we did) • Snacks (we got an early start so it was gas station coffee and mini donuts for us) • Directions (they may or may not be written on the back of old receipts) • And a whole lot of patience for when you get stuck in traffic and you miss the tour of Mammoth Cave – the one and only thing you actually scheduled – by a mere 15 minutes. So on a (very) rainy …