Boone Tavern Hotel
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... thro the city - 70MPH - changes to 55 - 2:10 - a snap and very interesting. Huge variety of architecture in this big City. Overall, it's a tired looking place but it's a great diversion to straight highway driving. Cross the huge Ohio River throughout the City. In the middle of the City you cross into another State - Kentucky. That must be a bit of a nightmare at times. 3:20 - Lexington - "Heart of Horse Country". Man-O-War is buried here - he ...
... even passed an old abandoned building called “Social center for crippled children”. Now there is a haunted house if I ever saw one. We were going to stop at a Wal-Mart in one of these towns but they all kind of freaked us out so we took an extra hour and drove to Winchester Kentucky (There is at least one Winchester in every state). There we found a nice little city with a quiet Wal-Mart. Thank ...
... so the kids did the service and it was great! Dalene got to sit in the pews with everyone which was a treat. Nathan spoke about coming to KY and finding he was loved and accepted here too. Kaylen did part of the children's moment and spoke so well and even made eye contact with the kids. Band pictures attached, Milo and Jasper, chicken coop Heading north and east toward Boston and returning on the ...
... doing their job. With 4 of us working it only took an hour or two to see the final project completed. Surprised the kids when they got home from school and have enjoyed several evenings by the fire pit. I did a slow motion video one night and didn't think about the sounds being slow motion too. Pretty halloweeny sounding Dalene and I went to Indy for an overnight to be there when her Dad had his hip replacement surgery. Surgery went well and he will ...
After dropping John off at his parents' house in Elizabethtown I continued eastward to central Kentucky’s Bluegrass Country. I traveled a little in Kentucky in 2003 and quite like the landscape and sights in the central part of the state like Bardstown and Mammoth Cave National Park. The countryside is a mix of wooded areas, rolling hills, and small scale farming and much more prosperous than ...