A Little Bit of the Midwest and a Little Bit of the South – May 2, 2019 – By Julian


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

We woke up early by attending a traditional Catholic Latin mass at Holy Family Catholic Church. The church (like many other traditional Catholic churches) is glorious with so much beatific greatness with the architecture and the mass being performed with graceful perfection.

 After attending mass, we relaxed at our Motel 6 while watching Fox News!

After watching Fox News, we drove to Cincinnati (3rd largest city of Ohio).

At Cincinnati: the streets we saw were very dunking classical with architecture being preserved in its ancient manner, booming businesses, and roads flat as ever!! Though there was still modern stuff that we didn’t like. The downtown area we went thru was quite dunking nice!

We then went to The Eagle (The Eagle is in 4 different locations: Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Columbus, and Louisville)!! For lunch, we ate delicious fried chicken, mac n’ cheese, and coleslaw!! The fried chicken was fatty, the mac n’ cheese was cheesy with the noodles being soft, the coleslaw provided a sweetly cold taste, and the fries with the sauce that we had as an appetizer where phenomenal (yummy crunch and sauce). I’m gonna say that this restaurant is dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+!

After lunch: we explored a little bit of Cincinnati, but we mainly explored the Kentucky town of Covington. Covington is home to a historically large Catholic population with plenty of glorious Catholic churches that look fantastic (these churches are a must-see). There’s also the historic Covington Catholic High School that trains woke Catholic warriors. The school mascot was a really cool cowboy, but he’s not as big as me (Texas will always be BIGGER)!

After Covington, we drove dunking wildly to the town of Morehead while we explored more of the heart of Kentucky with great hillbilly towns.

In Morehead, we relaxed at our Best Western room, watched Fox News, and ate dinner!!

We were going to eat at Reno’s Roadhouse for dinner, but we left when we smelt the odor and messiness which lead us to eat dinner at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store!

For dinner, we ate mac n’ cheese, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, cheese grits, green beans, and coleslaw (Dad also ate a biscuit)!! The fried chicken was crunchy, the mac n’ cheese was outstandingly cheesy, the mashed potatoes were creamy, and the coleslaw was surely saucy. The food was brilliant. The hillbilly atmosphere was really quaint with the wooden tables, old pictures, raw materials, old lights, country store nearby, and the sound of the South (finally out of the Midwest). The waitress was outstanding in that she got us what we wanted, wasn’t rude, said that she wants to go into journalism for media that isn’t part of the Fake News Media-Enemy of the People, was very hillbilly with a southern slang, and was even interested in https://texasroadies.com/ (the wait was also not too long)! I’m gonna say that this restaurant is dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+!

After feasting on some good old hillbilly food: we returned to our Best Western room, watched Fox News, and dunking slept!!!!

Now that is what I gotta dunking say about May 2, 2019!!! God Bless Texas & God Bless America!!!! 🇨🇱🤠✝️🦅🇺🇸

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