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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

We won. The Most Beautiful Small Town in America




Finally the waiting is over.




Today in Seattle, Washington it was announced that our town, Bardstown, Kentucky was named the Most Beautiful Small Town in the Country
by USA Today and Rand McNally.








Two for the Road
Our most sincere and heartfelt congratulations to the wonderful folks in Bardstown, Kentucky - the winner of the Best of the Road's 2012 Most Beautiful Small Town in America! Cheers guys!
And our love and congratulations again to ALL the towns who were selected as finalists, and who have become such a big, wonderful part of our lives. We hope you'll have us back! :


These folks were in our town about 2 weeks ago to visit our town for the USA Today, Rand-McNally's 
Most beautiful Small Town in America contest and we won.

There were 2 towns in Kentucky on the list of 5.
Bardstown and Danville in Kentucky were on the list.



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What a wonderful honor.
Woohoo 



7 comments:

Vee said...

Oh it is a wonderful honor! Congratulations to your community!

GrandmaK said...

Congratulations!!!! What an honor!

Peg said...

Congratulations to your town - how proud you must be!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

What a nice honor for you community, Peggy! It looks so beautiful in the video! The "Old Kentucky Home" was nice to see!

Connie said...

Well congrats to you all! It must be something to see for sure. I hope I can see it one day too.

Connie said...

Well now that's something isn't it! Congrats to you all, it must be something to see for sure. I hope I can visit there sometime.

Rudee said...

How awesome!