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All week the weather forecast called for 50 degrees and heavy rain/thunderstorms during the race. Thankfully, I was prepared. We stayed at the Marriott in downtown Louisville, which made things super easy. Race start time was at 7:30 AM and I woke up at 6:45, threw on my race clothes, and walked out the door.
The race itself was nice, albeit crowded for the half marathoners. My favorite part was actually running through Churchill Downs. The ...
... due to the many presidents who drank it.
Somehow we managed to visit Old Louisville (beautiful Victorian homes from the 1800s), the Louisville Slugger Museum (where they make the bats), and Churchill Downs. The latter was amazing - the Derby is next weekend so there was activity everywhere getting ready for this historic race. I even tried on a big floppy Derby hat in the gift shop!
It was an early evening for us as I had to be up to run my race the next ...
Some suspicious looks as I follow A into the Cosy Quilter force me to retire to the waiting room. What a concept! It is set up for quilters' widowers and orphans: a box in the corner full of children's books and a train set, a comfy couch next to an end table supplied with golf and fishing magazines, and a TV tuned to the sports channel. ...
... Krogers and Loews at least for 4-5 days. It has taken forever to get stocked up on everything and I am so sick of those stores that we are boycotting them for a while!
Tomorrow we are heading to Florida and not sure where we will stop along the way. We are just playing "being retired" without a real plan for the next 3 days. If we find anything exciting we will post it here.
... of bourbon distilling. As we had tasted many a Bulleit bourbon back home (albeit mainly in cans which by the way they do not sell cans of bourbon and cola anywhere in Kentucky, or the USA – the only country they are exported to is…..Australia!) we decided to get our passports stamped and take off for the next distillery, the mighty Jim Beam.
The Jim Beam distillery, another 200 year old distillery and number one bourbon producer in the ...