Red Roof Inn Lexington South
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... everything Kentucky soul food consists of. I did get the recipie for Bourbon balls however and cannot wait to make these! Meme's perfected bourbon balls: -Finely chop pecans and cover with a bottle of bourbon, let sit over night -Slowly add powdered sugar until the consistency is not runny or too thick, but just perfect to roll up into small balls -place on parchment paper -using melted dipping chocolate, dip each ball in and set down -chill in the fridge ...
... cold cream and then the hot liquor so it creates awesome flavours in your mouth. Chris said the spirits were good but not his favorite. He finished his samples though so they couldn't have been that bad. After the tour we drove to Lawrenceburg to the Four Roses Distillery. This is one of Chris’s favorite bourbons so he was excited to do the tour. We ate a quick lunch in the van before starting the tour. This distillery is much bigger so we got ...
... even passed an old abandoned building called “Social center for crippled children”. Now there is a haunted house if I ever saw one. We were going to stop at a Wal-Mart in one of these towns but they all kind of freaked us out so we took an extra hour and drove to Winchester Kentucky (There is at least one Winchester in every state). There we found a nice little city with a quiet Wal-Mart. Thank ...
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 ...
... in the events.
As history buffs, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit the Historic Lexington Cemetery. We saw many interesting monuments, including old family crypts built in to the side of a hill. After looking at hundreds of headstones, Eric decided he wants a simple grave marker.
We took a little R&R at home and then took our supper directions from Guy Fieri once again. We traveled south ...