Snug Hollow Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... country and they seem to feel they have the right of way at all times. It definitely keeps us on our toes! Chris says he isn't a fan of the way Americans drive. Europeans are pushy drivers but they know when they have "lost" and will eventually let you through. They drive fast and pushy but they drive smart too. It seems in America there is more of a “never back down” style where even if the ...
Long day of driving - 442 miles, about 7.5 hours.
We stay at this park usually on our way back home. It's comfortable, easy access, and good hookups. It is connected with a company that brings in live country entertainers throughout the year. We keep hoping we will be there when something is scheduled but have missed it so far.
Good nights sleep then on the road ...
... character. The house is actually composed of nine levels and was impressive for its time. The "new" 1860 sections had central heating, indoor plumbing, huge closets. Two of us had a wonderful tour throughout the entire house, complete with stories of Cassius and life during his time. No photos allowed, sorry. Many thanks to the Kentucky Department of Parks for the renovation and continued support ...
Just 10 miles north of Lexington, the Kentucky Horse Park is dedicated to showcasing the region's long equine history and highlighting the multiple horse breeds within the state. The complex is huge and really well done. I started with a horse-drawn (black Clydesdales) trolley ride around the grounds. The Hall of Champions presentation gave us an introduction to three retired champions, including Kentucky Derby winner Go for Gin, and horse racing in general. A walk down the ...
... run in Kentucky at one of their state parks that we've always heard so much about. After pulling around a pop up for years, it was a bit intimidating lugging a much bigger camper behind our pickup, but we soon adjusted and everything went pretty smooth. Kentucky was beautiful in the ...