Monday we rode our bikes 15 to 16 miles on the Legacy Trail in Lexington. We don't bike very often, but we are carrying the bikes with us and it is a good opportunity to explore outside the highways and city streets. The path passes through the University of Kentucky's Agriculture Experiment Station. We saw someone cutting hay.
And another tractor raking the cut hay.
I think these are the University's barns.
And this may be an old barn once used by a private farmer.
At one point, the trail took us through a tunnel, underneath the road we had driven on to get there.
We saw this garden on the University's land.
This agricultural activity is very different from what we saw during most of our time in Kentucky. Often, we passed miles of fields devoted to horses, I think. Most of the fences were white, like these. Once in a while, we saw black fences.
Earlier, we had made one stop on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Kentucky's water, which is filtered through the limestone throughout the state, tastes really good and is one of the reasons a lot of bourbon is made in the state. They are really proud of the water, just look at what it says on this water tank.
We have enjoyed our time in Tennessee and Kentucky. They are beautiful states. Almost everyone we met in Tennessee was very friendly and helpful. We liked Kentucky, too, but the folks are not quite as outgoing and friendly.