We put together the ultimate bucket list of Kentucky road trip destinations.
Possum Trot. Monkeys Eyebrow, 88. You’ll love these amazing town names across the state.
The Trigg County Country Ham Festival boasts the Guiness-official World’s Largest Country Ham and Biscuit, baked in a custom-made oven.
Hey Seinfeld fans: Meet the REAL J. Peterman. He’s a real guy and he’s really from Kentucky.
We started this road trip because we’ve lived in Kentucky our whole lives and have barely scratched the surface of all there is to see and do. The same holds true for the city we grew up in. Cameron and I were born and raised in Lexington and while we personally consider ourselves experts onContinue reading “A (Road) Trip Home to Lexington, Kentucky”
In Jefferson County, Kentucky, visit Waverly Hills Sanatorium. This former tuberculosis hospital is rumored to be one of the most haunted places in the country.
Let me preface this by saying we are both scaredy-cats, Cameron probably more so than Blair. Either way, you won’t find either of us first in line at the latest Wes Craven or Saw 5,324 (gosh, how many of those are out now?). So maybe we’re crazy, but we’re also really excited to go onContinue reading “Are you Afraid of the Waverly Hills Sanatorium?”
Forget the maps and the snack foods, the itineraries and the Twitter updates. The most important thing you need to know about taking a road trip, is that it is supposed to be FUN. On Friday, Cameron was in the middle of moving apartments and I’d been on the road with my (real) job for a coupleContinue reading “The Best of Danville’s Lawn Chair Film Festival”
If you’ve been following the blog, you already know we were really excited to go check out Danville’s Lawn Chair Film Festival this past weekend (more on that later). We were pleasantly surprised (and excited) however, to receive an invitation to The Heart of Danville Swirl, Sip, & Shop that took place throughout downtown right beforeContinue reading “Destination Danville: Swirl, Sip, & Shop”
Post by Blair: When I was a kid, my parents used to load my brother and I up in my dad’s pick up truck, toss a couple of lawn chairs and blankets in the back next to a cooler and bag of snacks, and we’d head to the drive-in. I remember a few of theContinue reading “Pull Up a (Lawn) Chair: We’ll See You at Danville’s Lawn Chair Film Festival”