Monday, September 24, 2012


"I am so hungry I could eat a whole chicken", I proclaimed as my husband pulled into the parking lot.  I was ready to jump out of the car, rush into the restaurant and order the biggest chicken they had.  "There is no restaurant here, it is only a gas station", CP said.  We got back on the road looking for a real chicken.  Lesson learned - things are not always what they seem to be.  The next time we passed by a gas station with a chicken in front, we won't assume that there is a restaurant there.  You know what they say about being fooled twice that you only have yourselves to blame.  If you allow the man to fool you again with his empty promises, then don't cry when things keep getting worse.  And don't blame the other person either if you choose to believe in the man in an empty suit with no leadership skills, incompetent, only good at dancing/talking and performing imcomplete magic acts.
Here is Benjamin (below) having a great time at Wild Turkey distillery in Lawrenceburg, KY.  After having a taste of Wild Turkey Bourbon, well known for its signature 101 proof, Benjamin mistaken the turkey barrel (above) for a horse and proceeded to ride out of town!
This is a real wild turkey we saw along the road while leaving the park at Mammoth Cave.  Sometimes things are not as clear as they are and most people could not tell what is real and what is fantansy or just a bad magic act!

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