It doesn’t get more American than spending the day driving across the country. Getting to learn what this great country has to offer, the history and diversity of this country that we are priviledged enough to call home.
We stopped at Fava’s Restaurant for a late lunch in Georgetown, KY.
It is a historic little town that seemed to be doing well. Usually when you drive through those little towns the old building are empty. Not so with Georgetown.
They served a Kentucky hotbrown, an open faced sandwich with turkey, ham, bacon with brown gravy and cheddar cheese poured over it with a tomato on top. The Boss tried it. I would have to say that it was not all that good.
But the frickles on the other hand were pretty darn good. Frickles; fried pickles. Then we ended the birthday lunch with a big banana split!
Scraping the bowl
Happy Birthday my baby girl I am so grateful God blessed me we you 7 years ago. You are truely a joy to us!