When In Kentucky…

Continuing on our Land That We Love Tour we are now in Kentucky. No photo worthy events on our trip from North Dakota to Omaha Nebraska and then from Omaha to St. Louis, Missouri. From St. Louis we drove to Kentucky and we had a surprise that I-64 east and west were closed this weekend in Louisville. We had to do some map maneuvering to get us past the closure and back onto I-64 to continue to Shelbyville and Georgetown. On that maneuver we were able to stop into Cave Hill Cemetery for a little while. I would have enjoyed staying there longer but we had a reservation to get to. The photo above is from Cave Hill.

For dinner Red State Barbecue in Georgetown was recommended to us. Since we were staying in Georgetown on Sunday night we decided to try it and are glad we did.

Brisket with a side of beans and corn pudding, delicious!!

Today, Monday, we are heading north a bit to the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky. After our ‘Encounter’ we are heading south toward Tennessee with an overnight stop in Berea, Kentucky.

Long days on the road with little catch up time when we get to our lodging has limited my visiting time. Thanks for your understanding. I’ll come around when I can. Hope all is well…

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

22 thoughts on “When In Kentucky…

  1. Oh, you’re in my territory (or were)–the beautiful state of KY. Berea is about 45 minutes from us and is a charming artsy college town. So much to see in our diverse state but I know you are on the move. Enjoy your trip across country.

  2. Yummy to your BBQ meal! You’re traveling through some of my fav states — looking forward to seeing Tennessee, which I really liked and where my grandpa was born. Continued safe travels!

  3. I love visiting old cemeteries. For many years we were volunteers at NYC’s oldest cemetery–we learned so much history from its “permanent residents”! That BBQ looks sooooo delicious! Enjoy the rest of your trip!

  4. I’m sure you planned your road trip so that you stopped at meaningful places along the way. It sounds as if you’re covering a lot of ground. Enjoy your travel experience, your reservations and meals.

    • Linda P., We are heading to a wedding and we have stopped at places we’ve wanted to see for a while now. The USA is so big it takes a lot of miles to get across it!

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