Every summer, I try to go somewhere far to leave Vegas and refresh myself from the scorching heat. This year, with my wife, we went to Ohio and Kentucky. We were here for about 5 days, and it definitely was different east coast experience compared to New York.
Unlike New York City, Cincinnati was calm, quite, and rather peaceful. Even with big buildings and amazing skyline. This city gave me that sense of relaxation instead of that busy and crowded feeling in bigger cities.
Kentucky was totally different place than any other places I’ve been. I could never ask for more flat greens, which is great for landscapes. I visited Lincoln Birthplace Memorial and there was farm nearby where I took these photographs. Little humid and hot, but it was worth getting out of the car to take some time to make these photographs.
Some residential areas in Anchorage, Kentucky was absolutely gorgeous. Having these kind of scenery behind your house is definitely something to brag about. It was quite a tour I had here, but, man, I wish I can live some place like this.
To wrap it all up, my wife and I had an amazing time here in Ohio and Kentucky. It was refreshing to see greens that you can only imagine for in Las Vegas, and food here is outstanding; Of course, don’t expect to lose weight here.
Lastly, we visited Calumet Farm since my wife loves horses, and I started to understand some horse lovers out there.
I’m not a huge fan of a farm and/or zoo because I can’t see the animals caged up instead of living their full lives in wildlife.
But these horses have acres; probably hundreds; to run around and literally do whatever they want. Also, to be honest, I was afraid of horses because I thought they were fairly mean creatures like camels and llamas who spits at you. But these horses were friendly and very gentle.
Overall, this trip was definitely something to remember. I got to see families and explore to the wilderness quite of bit. Now, I wonder what my next adventure will be.
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