I’m not sure if this would classify for most as a must see destination, but the little town of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky is quite a site! To get there you take I-75 to Mt. Zion exit and go west. Then drive to route 42, then to route 536. Follow 536 down to Rabbit Hash hill road and from there you pretty much near drive until you drive into the Ohio river. But just before you do, you veer slightly to the left, you’re there.
Here’s the famous general store.
And last I had heard the Mayor of Rabbit Hash was Lucy Lou seen here after the 2008 elections, I guess she’s still Mayor.
This dog was hanging around the General Store when I drove through town, must be the Sheriff. He looks real busy.
This interesting building was yonder across the street from the General Store, but I’m not certain what actually goes on inside there…
The tours not over yet, if you cross the street you can eat at the
and git some pulled pork BBQ and baby back ribs, hoof lickin’ good! Not sure why I’m writin’ with a southern drawl, but you git the picture.
It’s definitely an interesting town and has quite a history. I enjoyed my drive to and from and if you’re ever in that neck of the woods stop by and check it out! Oh and if you’re not sure how to git wherever your going when you leave, follow these signs.
I’m taking a cake decorating class with my niece and I have to admit that it is a great deal of fun! In the past I have been the type of person that can cook/bake but would only do it on a need to eat kind of basis. I never really took the time to venture into the kitchen and really try to bake let alone actually decorate something. Well, now that I have, it appears I may have a knack for it.
Here it is my first decorated cake. A round fish cake Ta-Da!
To all of the real chefs and bakers out there, please do be kind when critiquing it is my first, but I’m thinking many more are to follow! 🙂 I’ll keep you posted.
As a graduation gift, my neighbor and close family friend, gave me a ticket to ride in a hot air balloon. I was a bit anxious at first never having been off of the ground, but I went and the ride was magnificent!
To anyone that has not left the ground, riding in a hot air balloon is literally up lifting. The feeling is indescribable. Standing in the basket waiting to lift off not knowing what to expect hearing the roar of the flame heating the air in the balloon and then…slowly the basket begins its climb. Riding in a hot air balloon is not like riding in a plane or helicopter, it is something all together different. The basket is open so the air brushes softly past your face and you are standing looking over the side to the ground below and see the perfectly laid out plats of land. Slowly floating knowing that only the hot air from the flame keeps you airborne. It is both exhilarating and serene.
It was quite an experience, one I have never forgotten. I encourage anyone that has not had the opportunity to float in a hot air balloon to do so and I look forward to reliving the experience.
Recently I experienced what Corporate America defines as “downsizing”. To any of you that this has happened to, we know it as losing our jobs. Yes, I could be bitter but instead I have decided to accept it as a gift, a time to stop and smell the roses so to speak. So, in keeping with the new-found bucket list craze, I decided to take a slow tour down memory lane to relive my bucket list items.
I decided to take a look back at all of the wonderful things that I have experienced over the years. My first recollection took me back to my teen years when I went to my first major league baseball game. As a teen I loved playing sports, watching sports and thinking about sports. So on a hot June day in the summer of 75 I went to my first ballgame. The Cincinnati Reds were playing the Atlanta Braves, Don Gullett was on the mound and the Big Red Machine was on the field. It was a magnificent day!
The Reds won that day 9-2, but I don’t remember much about the game, but what I do remember was walking up the ramp to our seats seeing the field for the first time, it was fantastic! I heard Joe and Marty, smelled the hot dogs steaming and could feel the tremendous electricity of the crowd. And I thought, what a beautiful site it was to see in person the guys that were the Big Red Machine. It was a great day, one I still remember and an experience I will never forget and realize now was the start of my Bucket List.
Bucket List item #1 – have seen my first major league baseball game and happily experienced the summer of the Big Red Machine!