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The next morning, July 26, Sunday, we left for the return trip home. We decided to head towards Madison Indiana, right on the Ohio River. Madison, Indiana is a beautiful town, at one time destined to be the capital of the state. The city has extra wide streets and the neighborhoods are filled with "shotgun houses", long rectangular houses that were built for returning Civil War veterans. On the way, we stopped and visited Lincoln's boyhood home and saw the monument that has been built that encloses the cabin in which he was supposedly born. There are 55 steps up to the monument, one step for each year of Lincon's life. Interestingly, it was later discovered that the cabin was not actually the Lincoln's but built much later and in fact, a replica. At least it gives the visitor an idea of this magnificent man's humble origins.
We enjoyed a late lunch in Bardstown, Kentucky at a old Inn that had likely been frequented by the Lincolns back in the day.
Now it is midafternoon and very hot, high 90's. We want to get to Madison before night fall.
I chose Chicago Health and Physical Therapy because a friend told me they were Chicago's back pain experts. I value their team approach to my pain and one-on-one treatments.