Living in Horse Country – The Scenery and the Art

Living in Horse Country – The Scenery and the Art

Animals, Backroads Discoveries, Horse Art, Horses, Kentucky, Large Statues, Roadside Attractions, Unexpected Discoveries, Unique Places, Yard Art
[caption id="attachment_5813" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Horse Country - Lexington, Kentucky[/caption] We have lived in Central Kentucky for just over 20 years.  The Lexington area is known as the Horse Capital of the World, and for good reason, the area is noted for its limestone enriched fertile soil, its excellent pastureland and the perfect place for bluegrass to grow.  The area is known for its scenic beauty and  manicured landscapes.  Sometimes one needs only go into their own backyard to enjoy the ride..  Following are a few "Horse Photos" that I have taken around Central Kentucky, some scenic, but mainly horse art that I come across. HORSE FARMS AND HORSES OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY [caption id="attachment_5828" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Horse Racing at Keeneland in Lexington, one of the premier tracks in the U.S.[/caption] With…
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Road Trip: Dallas to Lexington, KY via Branson, MO

Road Trip: Dallas to Lexington, KY via Branson, MO

Arkansas, Backroads Discoveries, Cross Country Road Trips, Eateries, Found Metal Sculptures, Giant Things, Illinois, Kentucky, Large Statues, Missouri, Oklahoma, Roadside Attractions, Texas, Unexpected Discoveries, Unique Eatery, Unique Places
[caption id="attachment_4929" align="aligncenter" width="512"] Scrap Metal Horses by Doug Owen in Durant, Oklahoma[/caption] After being gone for nearly a month in Idaho and then a few days in Dallas for work in mid June (2013), I took the final leg of this adventure and a two day trip to return home to Lexington via Branson, Missouri, where my wife was visiting with her sister.  This would turn out to be another fun adventure as I traveled through Oklahoma and the Ozarks.  Following is the route I took for the trip.  I left in the afternoon and arrived about midnight in Branson. View Larger Map - Dallas, TX to Branson, MO I headed straight up US 75 to Denison and while there at least got a glimpse of the HUGE Eisenhower…
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