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P. Kermeen: Good bye Kentucky

Dylloon & Kaileigh Kermeen returning to Okinawa vacation in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana. Grandparents hoping they will return next summer.

By Pam Kermeen

Well, we're proud to be an OKI (Okinawa) from Kentucky.
A place where little kids can have some fun.
We still wave Old Glory out in the front yard.
And pond fishing s still the biggest thrill of all...
In Columbia, Kentucky USA!

We are leaving Nashville in an hour. Heading to Toronto then on to Tokyo and then Okinawa.

Dyllon and Kaileigh Kermeen enjoyed their visit. They camped with cousins in Indiana for three days, went to the Wolf Creek Fish Hatchery, went to Coney Island, a Cincinnati Red's ballgame, a trampoline park in Bowling Green, went fishing and Dyllon fought a catfish for 8.5 minutes before the big one got away!

Hopefully, they can return next summer. - PAM KERMEEN

This story was posted on 2017-07-22 07:55:45
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Kaileigh and Dyllon Kermeen leaving for Okinawa

2017-07-22 - Adair County, KY - Photo submitted by Pam Kermeen.
Kaileigh, left, and Dyllon Kermeen, right, with grandmother Pam Kermeen as the children get ready to leave for Okinawa. They have been enjoying several days vacation in Kentucky, Indiana, and Ohio. - PK

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