At Waveland in Lexington, KY
When you first see this structure at Waveland in Lexington, KY, it looks like the top of house on a hill. I’ve never been in this one, but it’s probably brick-lined like similar ones from this era.
Onslow and Daisy. Onslow is a rescue from the Woodford Human Society. Although one of my requirements was that my new cat would be okay around dogs, I was afraid he would be scared of Daisy. When I brought him home and let him out of the carrier, he immediately went up to Daisy and rubbed on her, purring. Well that was settled right away.
Daisy was a little taken aback with his forwardness. It had been a while since she was around a cat that showed any affection toward her (my other cat just hates life and everyone in it). Now, they greet each other, hang out together, and even sleep together at night.
Renovation of the early 1970’s Commonwealth Stadium at the University of Kentucky. I’ll be working up in the very tippy-top section in the middle come football time.
It looks like a factory that is making Christmas trees.
There is a dividing line between a hospital and apartment housing for (mostly) international students who attend the University of Kentucky. These poor people have to hear and see these giant vent fans spewing God-knows-what into the air. Curiously, the UK campus and this hospital are “smoke-free” campuses. The smokers stand on the dividing line – a trench that sometimes acts like a creek just in front of this belching stack- to feed their habit. Like that “line” is the DMZ or something.