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Puppies, Parrakeets, Sugarglides and Corvettes


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On Early Friday Morning we left the house about 6am, and we began our little road trip to Cave City, Kentucky we had fun. About 4pm Kentucky time we arrived at the Knights Inn there and there was a Chevron, Bp and a Marathon and lots of other places of lodging as well and many other gas stations. On Saturday we went to The National Corvette Musuem and it was wonderful seeing all those Vette's and learning about the history of this beautiful car as well. I bought a dvd called "National Corvette Caravan" well anyways it was the one from 2003. It's about 49 minutes longs and worth every penny I paid for it as well. And after the The National Corvette Musem we went to the Flealand thee world's largest indoor and outdoor flea market I've ever been to. Why you could buy anything you wanted to there was three vendors selling Puppies, one selling to a pair parrakeets(male and female, oh boy I smell trouble) in a cage for $35.00 dollars and one vendors was selling the world's smallest pet called "Sugar Glides" they at most weigh 5 pounds and are marisupials. If you wanted one it was $200 and if you wanted 2 it $350, no I didn't come home with any new pets this vacation but I could've if I wanted to thow. There was is weird antique rocking chair it had a bell on the one side I got a picture of it with my camera Phone I don't know how much they wanted for this but I wasn't asking about this right here. You could buy fruit and vegetables, books, movies and cds, and anything else you imagine as well. Well on Sunday we check out the gift shops up the road from where we was staying they had some unique and affordable gifts as well. And after that we hit the Super Wal-Mart in Glasgow, Kentucky.

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On Early Friday Morning we left the house about 6am, and we began our little road trip to Cave City, Kentucky we had fun. About 4pm Kentucky time we arrived at the Knights Inn there and there was a Chevron, Bp and a Marathon and lots of other places of lodging as well and many other gas stations. On Saturday we went to The National Corvette Musuem and it was wonderful seeing all those Vette's and learning about the history of this beautiful car as well. I bought a dvd called "National Corvette Caravan" well anyways it was the one from 2003. It's about 49 minutes longs and worth every penny I paid for it as well. And after the The National Corvette Musem we went to the Flealand thee world's largest indoor and outdoor flea market I've ever been to. Why you could buy anything you wanted to there was three vendors selling Puppies, one selling to a pair parrakeets(male and female, oh boy I smell trouble) in a cage for $35.00 dollars and one vendors was selling the world's smallest pet called "Sugar Glides" they at most weigh 5 pounds and are marisupials. If you wanted one it was $200 and if you wanted 2 it $350, no I didn't come home with any new pets this vacation but I could've if I wanted to thow. There was is weird antique rocking chair it had a bell on the one side I got a picture of it with my camera Phone I don't know how much they wanted for this but I wasn't asking about this right here. You could buy fruit and vegetables, books, movies and cds, and anything else you imagine as well. Well on Sunday we check out the gift shops up the road from where we was staying they had some unique and affordable gifts as well. And after that we hit the Super Wal-Mart in Glasgow, Kentucky.

I was at the Cleveland National Air Show and the annoucers said that there was a Jet-Powered Outhouse he said that it was fueled by a Bad Mexican Restaurant. Seriously there is really is one,.

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