I know many of you wish you lived in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky where Wild Turkey Whiskey is distilled on a daily basis. We have, not only a good whiskey, but some real interesting stories of when some have nipped too long on the wild drink. I can't share all the stories in my blog, so come visit our quaint exciting town!
Have some of you been wondering if last weeks ice storm stalled the Wild Turkey production? No need for alarm. Our town made sure to keep the electric and water supply available to keep the Wild Turkey flowing! Last report is that there is still plenty to go around.
I haven't partaken of this wild drink even though I was born and raised just a few miles from the distillery. However, with this weather we are enduring I think a nip may be necessary! This crazy ice storm last week knocked out power for over seven hundred thousand people across our state. The ice was so thick on the road that it was like riding across a camel's back. Finally on Sunday, the ice melted and I thought life was back to normal, but luck was not in my favor. I awoke this morning to another round of mother nature and another day of not being able to do my real estate job. I thought this morning that it would be nice if I lived closer to that distillery because a drink may have made matters a little better! Well, instead, I decided if I can't drink and I can't work in the snow and ice, I would just play in the rain. Here I am again!