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Travel UPDATE: WE WENT ‘OLD SCHOOL AND WE LIKED IT!

By: David Taylor
By: David Taylor

Last week we took in the Millville Hillbilly Daze event in Woodford County and this weekend we drove to Owen Co. for Sweet Owen Day in Owenton.

Last week we took in the Millville Hillbilly Daze event in Woodford County and this weekend

we drove to Owen Co. for Sweet Owen Day in Owenton. I am coming around to the idea that the smaller and more “old school” or old fashioned festivals are my favorite. Sure, who doesn’t like

the nice artwork, unique food selections and culturally different music you may find at

some festivals in larger towns and cities (?); they’re fun! But I have to say, or write, that the

smaller communities in Kentucky have it right too. We enjoyed great burgoo, pulled pork and

music at two extremely small festivals the past two weekends. It’s what it’s all about.

whatever “it” is. Maybe it’s the Hokey Pokey! (HUMOR)

Okay let’s look to Kentucky State Parks for Fall leaf changing season fun!

www.parks.ky.gov  

Cottages, walks, hikes, a grill for some Ky. Proud grilling deliciousness! Bring it on!

Sonja and I Travel often………but as I said a few weeks ago on this blog, It’s good to get home

after a nice festival of fun in a town we haven’t visited for a long time. Just GOOD TIMES!

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

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