Thursday, May 2, 2019

EAA's WWII B17 Flying Fortress over Lexington

A few years ago I got to fly in this beautiful WWII B17 Flying Fortress over Lexington. (And just now got around to editing all the video together.) It'll be back at the end of this month if you'd like to take a flight around town in style. Here's the link to their site for more info.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Revolutionary War Encampment at Locust Grove in Louisville, KY

Every April Locust Grove hosts a group of historical reenactors portraying life during the late 1700s. This is known as the Revolutionary War Encampment. I found the actors to be fascinating to talk to. I met a school history teacher and a novelist, among others. It's facing to hear from someone so passionate and knowledgeable on a subject as important as our nation's past.

If you're in the area in April I highly recommend you make plans to attend.

See the rest of my photos from the event here.
Learn more about Locust Grove here.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

LRM Walk for Warmth

This year marked the 12th Annual Walk for Warmth by the Lexington Rescue Mission, a two-mile walk-a-thon through downtown Lexington in support of LRM's Homeless Intervention Program. This program helps people find affordable housing, pays their first month's rent, and provides case management to ensure they are able to stay housed.

 It was my privilege to get to emcee the event for the first time.

Thank you to everyone who came out and donated time, goods, services and cash to make this event a success.