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New Year’s Plans?......Try Something Different!

By: Pat Stipes
By: Pat Stipes

Looking to do something laid back and quiet this year? How about dinner at an out of the way restaurant, then going home and enjoying some great Kentucky wines, with bourbon chocolates’ and Kentucky cheeses?

A couple of weeks ago we spent a minute or two talking about the Cats big bowl game in Memphis. It’s still not too late to get tickets for the game and at the same time, enjoy an overnight stay at one of Kentucky’s great state resort parks in Western Kentucky, or try a landmark restaurant or attraction along the way!

Looking to do something laid back and quiet this year? How about dinner at an out of the way restaurant, then going home and enjoying some great Kentucky wines, with bourbon chocolates’ and Kentucky cheeses?

Or, how about a Bed & Breakfast some place you haven’t visited in a while?

Or, how about a hike through the gorge (the weather is going to be great)

Or, how about a drive to Cumberland Falls and eat a picnic and then get home before the “wildlife” starts to roam! Ha ha.

My plans?……………. well, here is what I plan to do to ring in the  New Year! First, I think I’ll play golf Wednesday mid-day! Then my sons and I are going to go eat dinner at their choice of spots either in Frankfort, Lexington  or Louisville. Then we are going home and building a fire in the fireplace and  relax. Sounds like a great day to me!

Write in and tell me what you guys have planned. Hopefully some of you (younger folks) will go out and spend some bucks at Hotel party’s and have a big time! Take a cab and guarantee yourself a great start to the New Year!

“Buckle up, slow down and get there in one piece”

Happy New Year!

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