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sunset land between the lakes bridge

This is a picture from the Land Between the Lakes. I’m not an overly outdoorsy person, but I love the water. It was a spur of the moment drive, so we just stayed for the sunset and got lost looking for a bathroom, which we found in one of the campgrounds. Hopefully, we can go back soon.

cumberland hunter tug overflowing river

That tug is the Cumberland Hunter, operated by Hunter Marine. They have a neat feature on their website, Boat Positions, where you can see where their tugs are.

Also, as you can see, the Cumberland River is up. The water had come over a viewing deck at the downtown McGregor Park Riverwalk.


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, but not least, Lisa Bonchek Adams continues to share her story of living with metastatic cancer. I don’t know her, but she is so brave and kind to share her journey with everyone. She is a personal inspiration. Reading her blog has allowed me to have insight into my father’s struggle with metastatic cancer. I wish I would have found her blog much sooner, I think my dad might have found some comfort in it.

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