Bluegrass Stay-cation, Pt. 2

Easter Sunday Chet and I set out on an all-day adventure in my neighborhood and finished the holiday with an Easter feast. You may be picking up on a pattern…one of my favorite budget-friendly activities is just walking around a given area. Stop where you want, eat what strikes your fancy, take pictures, enjoy the weather and the scenery–it’s as easy as that. You know that awesome feeling you get after you get home from a day at the beach? You’re all sunshine tired and bursting with happy endorphins, exhausted but alert, and food tastes amazing? Yeah, you can totally get that feeling not at the beach. Just go outside and explore your neighborhood! Here’s how we got it…

We needed fuel in the form of eggs in a basket brunch (Wink was photo-bombing the shoot)…



…”Ashland” Estate is gorgeous and just a few blocks walk–historic buildings, gardens and lovely paths abound…



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…the blocks surrounding Ashland are great for ambling–we stop for pretty trees…


…stumbled upon a renovation of a home on the Historic Register and we found our way inside…



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…love these blurry pictures because we look like ghosts…

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…how perfect is this scenery?…


…after a trip to Starbucks for iced coffee and banana bread, stop and smell the tulips…

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…soaking up the last of the sunlight before a delicious Easter dinner, including a rhubarb pie made by the master baker you see below. ; )



Thanks for tagging along! Now go on a quest of your own and get cray sunshine tired…it’s totes worth it. ❤ 


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