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I must say that this was one of the most beautiful campgrounds I have ever been to. We caught an amazing sunset over cave run lake then started a fire and heated up some of the BBQ left over from the wedding and had it with a side of the Asian noodle salad( if any of ...
Lexington is neither the capital of nor the largest city in
Kentucky, but in some ways it seems like it should be as the center of the
famous Bluegrass horse breeding country and home of the University of Kentucky.
These contribute to the city being a prosperous and growing place with some
apparent tech industry in the area. The city has history too with several
districts of historic homes around downtown and a couple stand ...
... Distillery in Frankfort in Franklin County and Woodford Reserve in a rural part of Woodford County. One of the things I learned (or relearned – maybe I knew it for a while after touring Maker’s Mark) is that bourbon is the national distilled spirit of the United States and is unique among distilled spirits in that all aspects of its production from the ingredients it’s made from to the oak barrels it’s stored in are regulated by law. Unless ...
for Kentucky’s status as a border state during the Civil war, the capitol
building has statues of both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis.
I guess I got lucky since the Governor’s Mansion was open
for tours during my morning on Kentucky’s Capitol Hill. Among the line of pictures
of Kentucky’s first ladies in a corridor is that of Phyllis George, a former
... and furniture expensive collector’s items nowadays.
Pleasant Hill, Kentucky was the most southwesterly Shaker colony and one of the largest. It now functions as a historical village that also provides Bed and Breakfast type accommodation in some of the historic buildings. I’ve been to several Shaker villages in the northeastern U.S., and they all look quite different from most ...