We moved yesterday and drove through Winchester; planned to stop there for the night. We got a look at the town and stopped at the Blue Grass Heritage Museum but it didn’t open until noon and we would have had to wait an hour. Got a picture of this unusual dry wall. I’ve never seen one topped with rocks on edge. You can double-click it to enlarge it.
A nice old clock in front of the museum had the wrong time; I like old clocks. The day was pretty and we decided to push on for Ashland.
We parked at the Eagles Club Aerie 2329 and found a nice, friendly crowd. I got in a bit of “girl friend” time with two friendly gals, Jenny and Paula. We had a few laughs and they informed us that Ashland is the home of Naomi and Wynona Judd, and Billy Ray Cyrus.
This club gets serious about dart competitions.
They were serving barbecue sandwiches that evening; it was the women’s auxiliary election night. Paula is the treasurer of the club and encouraged us to have a bite, but we avoid red meat and decided to stick with the salmon I had thawed and eat in the motor home instead.
Our trajectory is to be at Jim’s granddaughter’s graduation in June. But today, I get a massage.