Knights Inn Somerset
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Stopped at an Amish Farm to shop. They let the venders set up and sell their stuff along side the Amish goods. We even saw them giving rides to kids on the pony pulled cart. We had fried peach pies and pretzels, and an Amish Boy tried to sell us a bunny. The Horse was churning ice cream he looked so bored. The stoves were powered by propane and they made all the food while you waited. Allana said the pretzel was the best she was ever eaten. My peach pie was to die for ...
... just about wore us out! But it was a great afternoon experience, and the weather was beautiful (around 80 degrees). Then drove on to our stopping spot for the night (London, KY), and had dinner at a local restaurant. We had some of the local fare...fried catfish, fried okra, sweet potato fries!! All delicious! And no, not EVERYthing we ate tonight was fried. ...
... Another picture perfect day.
It is Autumn now and 50 degrees C this morning- big change from the 80's and 90's in Florida. We were on our way South from Lexington- a 90 minute trip by car for the weekend at the houseboat belonging to Deb and Junior and their 80 ft of luxury on the water.Lake Laurel with its cliff lined shores and quiet coves was our destination .
People go to boat, fish, swim, scuba dive ...
... way South from Lexington- a 90 trip by car for the weekend to the houseboat belonging to Junior and Debbie (the couple with whom we have a car arrangement while were in USA). Their houseboat - 80ft of luxury on the water.
Laurel Lake with its cliff lined shores and quiet coves was our destination. People go to boat, fish, swim, scuba dive and relax on their houseboats at Holly Bay Marina on Laurel Lake; one of the deepest and cleanest lakes in Kentucky. ...
... and the place where the Colonel put together his secret eleven herbs and spices. Julie was rather excited, leaving her door unlocked and almost falling over on the way into the place. There is a mini-museum there and we got a crispy strip each to celebrate our lucky stumble onto this piece of food history.
That is the blog for this week, next week’s states include West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland and we will be spending three nights in the capital, Washington DC. ...