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Tonight, we're watching part 2 of The Hobbit, homework, as Tim put it, for the drive-in in Ft. Worth, where we will see part 3 of The Hobbit. We watched part 1 last night.
Tomorrow is the big driving day--we're headed to Hope, AR, where we will stay overnight and visit the Clinton national park site on Tuesday morning. More anon!
... 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 ...
Gary and Dalene finished working on the winter chicken coop. Its not completed but just needs insulation and some hinges installed for the doors. The weather here in KY is expected to be extra cold this winter and this new coop in near a power source so a light can be put in to help them stay warmer. The chickens are molting now and now doing much egg production and with winter coming they won't be ...
... home today! Amazing!! Dalene and I went to a southern food cafeteria and will add a picture of what we ate. Fried chicken livers were the highlight with a slice of rhubarb pie. We had vegs too but those were the highlight for me. Today we are going to Keenland for fall horse racing, and then the high school football game tonight. I will finally get to see the bands show. Really looking forward to that too. I will add pictures so you can enjoy them ...
We've made it to Frankfort, KY. Frankfort was established in 1786 and was original called Frank’s Ford for the pioneer Stephen Frank who was killed during an American Indian attack along the Kentucky River. With only 25,000 residents Frankfort is the 5th smallest capital in the US and not even the largest city in Kentucky.
Next stop = Charleston, WV
Distance from Frankfort = 197 miles
Distance from SHE = 642 ...