We then went out to their cabin where we spent a lot of the day relaxing on the pond in canoes and on the dock.
Clearly, it was a very high stress day and I'll be glad to escape the rat race of the country.
Everyone I have talked to has mentioned these mounds that the Choctaw indians made. But then they follow it up quickly with, "oh, but it just looks like a hill, you don't want to see that."
Well, I had the opportunity to see it, so I took it. They were right. It was a hill. But if I hadn't seen it, I would've always wondered.
When we returned to the cabin we started a fire and more Forsters came and we had catfish, hushpuppies, fries, and Cole slaw. Southern cookin at it's best. I enjoyed everyones company.
Another great day in Louisville, but tomorrow is back to running.