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Today started off as a lazy, at home, day and ended with a few delightful surprises. We spent the morning reading and snacking and lounging. Then came our first pleasant surprise. Our hostess Barb, who is currently fourth in the nation for an event called “Combined Driving,” invited us to ride on her show carriage. She hitched up Night Flyer, gave the girls helmets, and away they went. The pictures posted below are all in her practice arena ...
... and behold, their Sunday special was a Kentucky Hot Brown. Windy Corner was everything it was cracked up to be. A corner grocery style building and layout in the middle of horse country. It was bordered on every side by farms. They serve local food when possible and proudly proclaimed that their salad fixin’s come from .02 miles away. Andrea’s Hot Brown was impeccable. A yummy marriage of brioche, turkey, ham, bacon, tomatoes, ...
... While the kids kept themselves busy bouncing from room to room, Mom and Dad kept themselves busy building palaces, pyramids, and the Coliseum. A highlight was making iced tea play dough.
Lunch was a picnic in Triangle Park. The Confucius Institute and the University of Kentucky were holding a street fair there, and we checked out the various booths. We experienced some Chinese culture and both Macy and Anna earned a free T-shirt ...
... to dangle. Although Thoroughbred Park may not be the most ritzy and glamorous place in Lexington, it is definitely a worthwhile spot to stop for any who sojourn here.
Unless you are from these parts, you may assume Central Kentucky is only known for its bourbon. In this, you’d be wrong. Their most famous, if not addicting, beverage is suitable for all ages, and made in a small warehouse twenty ...
... challenge among American cities in that it manages an ever growing population through an established Urban Growth Boundary. The boundary maintains the iconic character of the surrounding horse farms and protects the rural area from urban development. Aren't the city planners wise? It's a beautiful countryside!
We stayed at the Kentucky Horse ...