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Thanks Mary Ellen. I am back up and online, but my computer is still acting
a little funny. My son John is an Electronic Forensic expert and Deputy
sheriff in Dearborn County, Indiana. I'll have to get him to check it out. It
has gotten hit twice this year in thunderstorms. I still worry a little
about Bill. He has a mountain bike too. He shouldn't overdue it.
I am back in service. It appears lightning zapped a phone circuit box at
the end of our road and knocked out the entire neighborhood. We could phone
out but people could not hear us, so that effected out dialup internet
service. It would appear that Lightning likes to strike our Ridge. The phone
company got us back on and the modem on my computer seems to be ok. Elizabeth
and I used the opportunity for a camping trip to the Red River Gorge in
beautiful central Kentucky, southeast of Winchester. This is a fantastic work
by Nature. The river has cut through the rock and and left many cliffs,
magnificent rock formations, and archs. There is Chimney Rock, Natural Bridge,
Sky Bridge, to name a few. A great place to visit. We stayed at Koomer
Ridge Campground, a really nice campgrounds run by The National Forestry
Service. The area is covered by many hiking trails with many things to see. I
highly recommend a trip to Natural Bridge State Park and Red River Gorge at
Slade, Kentucky. While we were there Bill Overbey and his son stopped by to
visit us at the campground. Bill seems much improved after his recent heart
attack. He was able to walk the 1/4 mile trail to the top of Chimney Rock.
He still has to take it easy. So keep him in your thoughts and in your
Thanks to everyone for their concerns. We appreciate it.
Don & Elizabeth Lee
Don Lee just notified me by cell phone that his house recently suffered a lightening strike and he will have no home phone or email until next Tuesday the 15th if his computer wasn't zapped. He and Elizabeth are enjoying a break camping at Red River Gorge with only a cell phone for communication.
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