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Thursday, March 10, 2016

Fences around the aging bourbon

Fences around the famous
Kentucky Bourbon.

Living in Nelson County Kentucky,
The Bourbon Capital of the world, this is an every day scene in any direction you travel.
Neat, well kept grounds, uniform fences surround these rick houses where that famous bourbon is aged.

 Bourbon is a huge industry in Kentucky.
Beautiful tours are a big part of our tourist industry now.

Not a big consumer of any kind of liquor but use it in cooking sometimes.

Linking up with Good Fences 


Christine said...

Wow! That is a huge operation with miles of fencing! Great view along the road!
Have a great day!

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely blue skies juxtaposed against the functional fence ~

Happy Weekend coming to you ~ ^_^


Looks like government fencing that we have around the training airstrips. I'd go for a bourbon on the rocks!!

TexWisGirl said...

i do love kentucky bourbon - maker's mark and jim beam maple sit on my cabinet right now. :)

RedPat said...

I don't think I've ever tasted Bourbon!

Rose said...

I have never tasted Bourbon, either. But I pass through Kentucky when going home to Tenessee!

Michelle said...

I am a fan of Maker's Mark. Gotta love Kentucky :)

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Peggy, great photos of this huge facility surrounded by what looks like, miles of fencing. Beautiful sky too.
Have a great weekend ahead. xo

Breathtaking said...

Hello!:) Thanks for calling by! That is a lot of fencing along the road, but in a huge industry like that, fencing has to be secure and tall. We have some Jim Beam Kentucky Bourbon in our cupboards, which we enjoy from time to time.