Peducah

Now this is a very interesting little town.  We arrived and found a farmers market at the top of the hill to get some fresh vegetables.

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WE arrived late and all needed a shower since it was so hot all day and decided to go for dinner.  WE went out and all went to the same place 18 of us total.

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Now this used to be the bus terminal but they changed it into a bar and restaurant.  I had a pizza call a cal something it is all stuffed into a pastry and cooked just great.  Everyone had a great meal and I order Apple Moonshine for my drink John had one as well.  The restaurant is PBW

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Took this picture the next day as John and I toured the town to find the bar where we can buy the Applepie moonshine.

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Is where we picked up our moonshine inside the store they actually have the distillery.

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Now we came across the courthouse and the jailhouse  both looked a little busy when we where there.  That is because it is for the whole county.DSC04808.JPG

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This was a little breakfast place we stopped and had breakfast.  Good homecooked food.

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The restaurant was called Gold Rush and I must admit it is a lineup to get in and they serve great food.

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This is quite the surprising little town and not as small as you think.

Now this town in I think it was 1993 the whole downtown was flooded and they literally ran boats around to get into the shops etc.  So the town built breakwall right after and on the breakwall on the inside is the story of the town and how it came to be.

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I said I would not make the blog a history lesson but this town is so unique I just had to share some of the murels on their walls.  By the way the murels and history of the town is over a half mile long.

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WE all aired out our bedding while we were here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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