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Trip To Richmond, Outdoor Adventures And…….

By: Pat Stipes
By: Pat Stipes

This past Saturday I visited my hometown; Richmond for a number of events! First, I took the oldest son to EKU for a college visit and associated paperwork and seminars! I was really proud of my old University.

This past Saturday I visited my hometown; Richmond for a number of events! First, I took the oldest son to EKU for a college visit and associated paperwork and seminars! I was really proud of my old University, EKU showed out of  town folks and out of state folks a great time and gave them a taste of central Kentucky hospitality. Later that evening we stayed around to watch EKU’s 100th Anniversary of basketball celebration. The all century team was announced, and my Uncle,  Daryl Dunagan, a star forward from the very early 70’s was there. He should have  made the all century team, but with typical grace he was humble and appreciative for just being invited. Way to go Richmond and way to go Daryl!   I took several phone calls and emails over the weekend from friends asking about State Parks and other destinations as they make their Valentines and Spring Break plans. Lots of interest in low cost but really fun experiences this year! www.parks.ky.gov remember lots of day trips can be had during Spring break like the science center, history center, Keeneland, Northern Kentucky, Corvette Museum etc……………..

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If you guys have unique and or sometimes forgotten attractions that others would be interested in visiting during spring break, put those in the comments section!

 

More later this week…………….

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