After visiting Burley Park, my search for the perfect park in Lexington continues.
We went last night. If you weren’t there then you were the only one. It was a blast. So many people, so many choices of food. West 6th selling Amber and IPA. Funnel cakes. BHG foods. Brats. Pizza. Gelato. The Kentucky Ale line was too long so I’m not sure which beers they have.
And thick slices of bacon with a peanut butter dipping sauce. That one, I didn’t try. You’ll have to let me know, it’s not a step I’ll be taking anytime soon… that is unless someone swears by it. Then I’ll try it… because really, how bad can it be. It’s bacon.
Gin Blossoms were last night and tonight is Fastball. There are a few live acts before so come early
Bring cash but not too much since you can get sucked into the gambling and BINGO.
Pretty please, carpool. This is in a residential neighborhood so please be good neighbors.
Nestled in the industrial side of Lexington is the 26-acre McConnell Springs. This oasis has been celebrated by locals and is definitely worthy of the praise. A beautiful pocket of woods and walking trails, along with some educational material, McConnell Springs is a nice break without driving far from the city center. Continue reading “McConnell Springs”
Henry Clay is as important to the state of Kentucky as horses and bourbon. We have a few places that are dedicated to him including his burial place out at the Lexington Cemetery. Continue reading “The Tall Obalisk for the Great Compromiser”