After we left Memphis with the new coach we popped over to Crossville to meet up with some friends. They live in an bricks and sticks community for RVers. We had a great time – albeit too short.
We then trekked up to Bardstown, KY to meet up with Michael’s parents. His step-dad is from Bardstown so we got a bit of the inside scoop. When we pulled into White Acres Campground there was a crowd around a campfire and everyone stared and waved as we passed. It is easy to forget when you are inside the coach just how impressive the exterior is. The campground was nice, lots of shade and plenty of space between spots. We didn’t use the laundry or bathhouse – but the rest of the park was well kept and Mr. White was very pleasant and helpful.
While in the area I finally made it to Maker’s Mark for the tour, and I dipped my very own bottle of Maker’s 46. I had the best Old Fashioned at Rickhouse – if you are anywhere near Bardstown I highly recommend this place for a drink and a meal.
It is a lovely little community and if you are a fan of Bourbon (as I am) it is a must see. We didn’t spend enough time there to see everything it has to offer.