Hampton Inn Bardstown
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I left my parents at a casual 8am and headed off after packing up anything that might not like to be frozen that I had kept in the house.
Headed to Louisville Kentucky. Looking forward to seeing some green again and a bit of warmth. Was doing my roadkill survey as I went to see the abundance of local critters…deer, raccoon, Opossum mostly. Vegetation is slowly changing but for the most part looks the same as back ...
... the same today, quite extraordinary. Anyway, having been educated somewhat we were taken to the tasting room to sample 3 different proofed bourbons. We soon discovered the pours per tasting they give you are measured for a couple of sips only, and this would be the case for all distilleries as it is regulated, and probably to lessen a bunch of bourbon swilling tourist’s driving aimlessly through-out Kentucky. We were quite impressed by these tastings, even ...
... went shopping, (finally!!) The Quincy Market and Boston Common suddenly sprouted people and cars from our previous day experience. Boston vs Winnipeg Winnipeg scored first with goal by Dustin Byfuglien then Lucic tied it up. Overtime was solved by Bruins Dougie ...
I had planned to spend some time in Bristol VA/TN (Bristol sits right on the state line) going through the Museum of the Birthplace of Country Music. This is where Jimmy Rodgers and The Carter Family auditioned and got their start on the road to fame. However, I got there too early and I could see the weather was going to be nasty again, so I moved on.
I had also hoped to go through the Cumberland Gap, the historic wagon train pass through the ...
... centre. It really is a beautiful town. One main street lined with boutique stores, cafes, and a gorgeous old church at the end.
We happen to be there for the town's historical day, where people were dressed in 18th century clothing. Top hats and tails, hoop skirts, lace gloves and bonnets. Felt like we'd gone back in time.
After Bardstown we drove to Clermont, home of Jim Beam bourbon. Kentucky's ...