The Treehouse on Stoner Creek B&B

Address: 131 Taylor Ave., Paris, Kentucky, United States | B&B
 
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      Kentucky -Paris

      A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 12, 2014

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      ... everything Kentucky soul food consists of. I did get the recipie for Bourbon balls however and cannot wait to make these! Meme's perfected bourbon balls: -Finely chop pecans and cover with a bottle of bourbon, let sit over night -Slowly add powdered sugar until the consistency is not runny or too thick, but just perfect to roll up into small balls -place on parchment paper -using melted dipping chocolate, dip each ball in and set down -chill in the fridge ...

      The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... did get to take home the glasses we sampled the drinks in, which is pretty cool and a nice souvenir. After that tour it was seriously time for a nap. We got in a good hour nap and then headed out to the Old Owl Tavern. It was recommended to do along with the bourbon trail as a great traditional restaurant with a huge bourbon selection. The tavern was in the basement of the Beaumont Inn. The Inn itself was beautiful and obviously a fancy place to stay ...

      Small town USA

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 06, 2014

      We were making our way towards Lexington Kentucky to do some bourbon drinking but it was still a little too far away to do in a single drive. We spent the day driving through the winding roads of the Appalachian Mountains. When we entered Kentucky I was surprised at how foresty it was. The roads were incredibly windy and Chris had to be careful for the sharp turns. There are a lot of Pick-up trucks in this part ...

      Time with friends

      A travel blog entry by garyandcathymck on Oct 24, 2014

      ... that the home cooked meals have been wonderful. And we have been spoiled everyday by them. Monday we helped build a new fire pit in the back yard. After much research we all went to Home Depot to see what we could put together. Because of the research and a very helpful young man we got the price for each brick reduced by 60 cents. Cheaper at Lowes. Loaded all these very heavy supplies into the Subaru and headed home with the nose high and the ...

      An arena in Kentucky to a kitchen of West Africa

      A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... barn we are staying in. Eric and Andrea also took turns riding on the back seat. We had the opportunity to learn more about Barb’s sport, and to see her and Night Flyer in action.


      Then the girls were excited to learn that they could help wash and curry Night Flyer. They eagerly scrubbed and rubbed and didn’t even mind getting a little, okay a LOT, wet. Such a generous gesture for Barb to do this for us — she hitched up ...