Happy Halloween to all those ghosts and goblins out there!
We have not seen any trick-or-treaters here at the Bowling Green Kentucky KOA Kampground. One of the reasons we left the Yarwood Mobile Home Park a day early was because of Halloween. Forry's been a bit nervous about that park (though we saw no evidence of vandalism) and really didn't want to borrow trouble by being there for Halloween.
So this morning we took out the garbage (we had our own garbage container furnished by the park) and parked it by the road; drained the gray and black tanks; pulled up the jacks; pulled in the slides; disconnected the water and the power; hitched up the Toad; checked the lights; and headed down the road. We took I-65 south just as we had a couple of days ago when we went to Mammoth Cave. It's interesting how much more you can see from height of the motor home compared to driving it in the Toad.
We had looked at staying at another RV Park advertised in the Bowling Green Visitor's Guide. We called Beech Bend Park several times, but always got their answering machine. Although the message said they would get right back to us, we still haven't heard from them. We are hesitant to drive to an RV Park that may be closed -- getting turned around could be a real problem!
We saw something neat today that we have not seen anywhere else. Bowling Green has ALL of their traffic lights on the main drag numbered (1-20). There is a neat sign by each light saying what number it is. So when you get directions, you can be told to turn at Stoplight 15, for example. No need to count lights like when someone tells you to turn at the third light. And even nicer, the map of Bowling Green has the numbers of the traffic lights on it as well!