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... Picnic lunch with city scape back drop was the canvas to the day. We soon headed of again for another hours drive into Louisville, first stop was the Louisville sluggers museum and factory. We stepped out the fan to wall of heat, 32c... Walking though the streets of Louisville towards the museum we were greeted by the worlds biggest baseball bat. Tour of the factor followed. History, woodchip and stats was in the ...
... it was time to hit the freeway again till we reached our destination of the Louisville slugger museum, home to the worlds largest baseball bat. I got to hold Derek Jeter baseball bat which was pretty cool. We were taken on a tour of the factory, we were shown how they use to make bats compared to how they make them today. They produce bats for all major league and minor league players. Love how diverse and different this tour is ...
So we arrived in Louisville for the action part of our trip....Thelma and Louise started driving in the US!! So we grab our keys to find our cool little Chevy Captiva and managed to get out of the airport carpark and to our hotel in one piece! Which considering, it was only one mile of driving was a good start! After our usual setup of our Chinese laundry, we ventured across the road to the Kentucky State Fair, where the only thing missing was my cowboy boots! All the girls had them on, so ...
... to Churchill Downs was worthwhile since I was
in town. I lucked out. There were races taking place that afternoon, so I got
to see the some action where the Derby takes place rather than just go to the
museum about horse racing on the grounds.
I had been in Louisville once before but returned on this cross
country journey because for two friends. My friend John who lives in Chicago is
originally from ...
... A number of years back, Millard declared victory over sub-standard housing in Sumter County, but David Snell, head of the fuller Center said the problem is that it comes creeping back, therefore, the build will be there.
I've invited the first lady of affordable housing, Linda Fuller, to attend Habitat Tuscaloosa's Women's Build on May 3rd and it seems like she will. Linda lived part of her life in T-Town.
Last week ...