Adapting to Kentucky

After several consecutive successful shows, and many new readers in both Tennessee and Kentucky joining our growing group, I have to say that Kentucky is starting to look better every day. Here is a picture of an area close to the Lexington Horse Park where we had a show a few weeks ago.

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We recently finished a show in Murfreesboro, Tennessee where I sold a set of books to our first astrophysicist! They were for his wife though, but he might take a liking to some light reading.

One thing that I am excited about is the abundance of state lands that can be hunted or fished without paying an exorbitant fee to a large landowner. This weekend, I am going to a public rifle range managed by the state and get the .260 Remington ready for deer season.  The following picture is of the lake at Pennyrile State Park:

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We will be in Lebanon, Tennessee on September 13th and 14th for another show, so come on down and make us feel welcome.

W.W.