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... of this'grand old lady'. What a beauty in Lawrenceburg KY. Driving in through a canopy of very old trees, we could see she was in need of some TLC . The original owner was T.B.Ripy, who made all his money from Bourbon. After his death it fell into disrepair, and was abandoned , but was rescued back through Auction by family members, before it was destined to be torn down. We paid to do the house tour (on our own), with a multi ...
... outpost known as Novaispania which is home to four villas called Viceroy I, II, III and IV. (Google it) They sit next to other smaller villas known as Governor's. Both are four bedroom "homes" but the four two-story Viceroys are enormous. We are in Viceroy III.
Upon arrival at the brick and rock inlaid driveway, the two car garage is on the left and the single car garage (meant for a golf cart or two) is on the right. Between them is ...
... not drink to excess often and have been “drunk” precious few time since college. Of the four or so times I have been drunk, the majority of them have been in Cabo at The Office. I met Edith while I was here and she is a delight, providing jobs for many people here.
Friends are aboard ship and ashore if you care to make them; you just have to shop. I am excited to leave with friends rather than black diamonds. They last longer.
... that guy was going to be hauled into someone office to be given a pink slip for behavior unbecoming of management. But then again this is the Obama administration which is nothing but a throw back to the Bush administration. So I take that back this fine fellow and his sexual prowess will be just fine.
After listening to the Tosh.o wannabe for ten minutes I moved on and found myself in the heat of the day at the Cabo marina. The marina ...
... to SFO.
Still in North America, our port of call in Mexico was Cabo San Lucas which is set in a very pretty bay, but surrounded by a vast array of condos and time share apartments, a playground for the rich and famous, hence everything is priced accordingly. Acapulco used to be on the schedule but it has become too dangerous. We did an excursion to another village an hour away called Todos Santos so we were able ...
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