We got up and had a slow start to the day (we didn't know it would just get slower). We headed to RiverGate Mall to eat lunch and shop a bit.
We left right on time and were on schedule until we hit standstill traffic on I-65 8 miles south of Munfordville, Kentucky. Luckily, Dr. Boone passed and waved for us to follow him to a shortcut. The only problem was that he went US-31E and we went US-31W. I did not know that north-south highways could have east-west designations. We were all confused for about 30 minutes looking for each vehicle and eventually decided to go forward on 31W. About two-and-a-half hours later, we emerged at Munfordville ... only having gone 8 miles on I-65.
We arrived to the Kentucky International Convention Center about 4 hours late having missed our registration appointment (we were the last of all districts to register) and went straight to drop off Bundles of Hope and go to the Southeast Region Beach Party. Thanks to Daniel Medders for helping us out by baby sitting our registration box.
We went straight from the party to Joe's Crab Shack for an extended party. We arrived about 3 hours after we had planned, but we had almost the entire restaurant to ourselves. It worked out really well. They played music by request and danced to 3 or 4 songs after we ate. We had the entire dining room so there was plenty of room to dance. Even the Mother of Alabama North NYI (ahem Cindy) did the Cha-Cha Slide. We really had a lot of fun.
It is late and it has been a long day, but even with our detours, we have had fun the entire time. Tomorrow we get up for MWOs bright and early.