Days Inn Georgetown
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... lunch. Cousin Steve Henry and wife Heather arranged a fully packed tour of Frankfort- behind the scenes at the history museum, the history museum, the Old Governor's Mansion (they were the last family to live there and shared a few stories), the State Capitol (visit to Governor's office), and Governor's mansion (styled after Versailles). Eddie Price entertained us before dinner. After dinner ...
First stop of the day was at the distillery and man was it a great stop. We had a tasting with Freddie who has been around the distillery since he was 5. Both his father and grandfather have worked here in the last 75 years. We tasted mash, bourbon, special bourbon, vodka , and cream a dessert bourbon that was to die for. Freddie showed us how to use water to taste the bourbon correctly. Glad we made this stop for ...
We arrived in Frankfort after a day full of rain, and mud, and junkie goodness. I had listed on my spreadsheet of things to see ( yes I made a spreadsheet ) Barn Quilts and we have see a few nice ones. Hoping tomorrow is dry and sunny so I can take better pictures. On the up side see saw wild turkeys on the side of the ...
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