by Kelly A. McCauley on October 30, 2013
After breakfast, Jory wanted to go hike somewhere. We thought for a little bit, bounced around some ideas and then my wife convinced us to try for something in Mammoth Cave National Park. I pulled out the park’s map and spotted Cedar Sink trail. It was a short drive away. My son and I hopped into our van and headed out. Thirty minutes later, we were there. The trail head was well marked and had plenty of parking.
by Kelly A. McCauley on August 25, 2013
In June or 2013, my wife April, my son Jory, and I took the long drive from Kentucky to New Mexico to visit family and friends and take in the sights. We love petroglyphs and one of the places that we really wanted to visit was Petroglyph National Monument. We decided on hiking the trail at Piedras Marcadas Canyon.
by Kelly A. McCauley on August 19, 2013
We were paddling the Green River, near Munfordville Kentucky, for our annual Memorial Day paddling trip. We took a break at a gravel bar and ate lunch. On the far side of the river, there was a feeder creek that looked paddle-able. While the kids were playing in the water and the other adults were talking, I hopped into my canoe and paddled up the creek.
by Kelly A. McCauley on May 26, 2013
I knew I had passed into manhood when my father, for the first time, did not double check my knots when I tied the canoes and kayaks onto our Chevy Suburban's boat racks.Kelly