The Kentucky Feast – August 26, 2018 – By Julian

By Julian (The Texas Giant, 10 ft 5 in) 

For the beginning of the day, we left the our Best Western, went to church, and saw a historic cemetery!

For church, we went to the St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church (which does the Latin mass and was founded before the American revolution) in rural Kentucky! The mass was fantastic, the church is very old (dating back before the American Revolution) the church looked great, and the people inside the church were very traditional!

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Good old catholic church!

After going to Sunday mass, we checked out the historical cemetery known as “St. Francis Cemetery”!  The cemetery includes dead people who died during the American Revolution, the American Civil War, and the 20th century!

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Honoring our heroes! God bless America!!! 👮🏻‍♂️🤚🏻🇺🇸

After seeing the cemetery, we drove as Texas roadies to the great town of Frankfort (the capital city of Kentucky)!

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We’re always back on the road!!!

In Frankfort, we explored the capital, the old capital, the governor’s mansion, and a garden-like time clock!!! It was quite unusual to see a town be the place for a state capital because almost every state capital is in a city!!!! They were very cool to see!!l

After Frankfort, we drove Lexington! Lexington, Kentucky was a nice medium-sized city!!!

For lunch, we ate at a restaurant (in Lexington, Kentucky) called “Carson’s Food And Drink” (the restaurant looked like a super fancy restaurant out of the 1920’s)! At Carson’s Food And Drink, Dad and I split the delicious “Cowboy Ribeye”(🥩🤠) which includes a 18 ounce ribeye, seasoned fries, bourbon mushrooms, onions, and finished with house truffle butter (I ate mine with a side of smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese)! Max ate the delicious “Carson’s Chicken Fried Chicken” which includes buttermilk marinated chicken breasts breaded and fried on a bed of garlic mashed potatoes, haricots verts, pork belly sage gravy, and pork belly! I’ll give this restaurant a Texan A+!

After lunch, dad gave the waiter a BIG-FAT-BEAUTIFUL-YUGE check that was close to the size of Donald Trump, and drove back on the road as Texas roadies driving through the rural outskirts of the American way into Morehead (a decent town in Kentucky)!!! Yeeeeeeee haaaaaaaaaawwww!!!!!!!!!!! 🤠🇺🇸🏇🏻🚗

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If weren’t for these cows, how would we be able to eat burgers, steak, sausages, BBQ, cheese, and plenty of meat!! Thank these cows before ya eat meat and drink or eat dairy! All hail carnivore America!!!!

On the way to Morehead, we stopped by Winchester (a neat conservative town in Kentucky)! The town had lots of class, prosperity, safety, and tradition!!

At Morehead, we stayed at a Best Western (what is a Best Western doing in eastern America?), watched Fox News (real news), and ate some cracking good food inside of a barrel for dinner!!!

For dinner, we ate food at a Cracker Barrel (a restaurant chain very popular in southeastern America)! At Cracker Barrel, max and I ate the delicious (😋) “Chicken n’ Dumplins” which includes chicken tenderloins, and freshly prepared dumplins (max and I had a side of Mac & Cheese to go with our dish)! Dad ate the delicious (😋) “Farm-Raised Catfish” which includes 2 American Farm-Raised Catfish fillets that are cornmeal breaded and fried!! If you wanna taste very delicious food in Southeastern America, go to Cracker Barrel!!!!!!! I’ll give this restaurant chain a Texan A+!

After dinner, we got back to the Best Western, watched Ancient Aliens (a show about how there could possibly be aliens from outer space), and slept!!!!! Zzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!😴😴😴

Now that is what I gotta say about August 26, 2018!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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