Country Hearth Inn - Shelbyville
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Today, our second day of our travel across America, we stopped in Kentucky. Kentucky is also known as the " Bluegrass State." Kentucky is known for breeding horses, tobacco farms, fine bourbon, and the Kentucky Derby. We stopped in the Capital ...
All week the weather forecast called for 50 degrees and heavy rain/thunderstorms during the race. Thankfully, I was prepared. We stayed at the Marriott in downtown Louisville, which made things super easy. Race start time was at 7:30 AM and I woke up at 6:45, threw on my race clothes, and walked out the door.
The race itself was nice, albeit crowded for the half marathoners. My favorite part was actually running through Churchill Downs. The ...
... confectionery called Schimpff's. We tried Bourbon Balls (yes, they are aptly named) and visited the little museum that contained a hundred years' worth of candy-making equipment.
Next, we stopped at a park overlooking the Falls of Ohio. This little park is where Meriwether Lewis met William Clark (younger brother of George Clark) in 1803. Their handshake agreement is depicted in a statue in the park and is generally considered the birthplace of the Lewis and ...
... back in the car, A smoothes out two fat quarters on her lap: "isn't that the most beautiful colour combination you have ever seen?" She continues to fondle and chat with her new fabric friends as I drift off behind the wheel, cruise control engaged, until awakened by the sign for Fort Knox. We merge onto I-65, and head south towards ...
... 39;Trebuchet MS', Trebuchet, Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 13.3333330154419px; line-height: 12.3199996948242px;">Bourbon must be aged in new charred barrels of American white oak. The "high wine" ...