Thursday, April 3, 2014

Traveling Tea Friends Go To Lexington, KY

Lynn found this cute bunny at a
Lexington antique mall after tea/lunch at Greentree Tea Room. 
 Others found vintage teapots, glassware, jewelry, and more.
My great find of the day is the James Sadler spring teapot, below.
I found a few other treasures, too. 

 No trip to Lexington, KY, the "Horse Capital of the World" 
would be complete without a visit to the Kentucky Horse Park, 
a 1,200-acre park and working horse farm that celebrates 
all aspects of the equine world.
We visited the Horse Park for only a short half hour, barely
enough time to see some of the beautiful grounds and visit the gift shop. 
If you visit this area of Kentucky, plan to spend a full day.
There is so much to see and do here! 
The park is open year-round. 
After departing the Kentucky Horse Park, we
drove on country roads to view some beautiful horse farms
in the Kentucky Bluegrass Region.  
Can you tell I worked in tourism in Kentucky? 


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