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Gourmet Picnic with the goats
Enjoy a picnic breakfast or dinner on our lovely private 12 acre farm just 15 minutes from downtown Lexington yet totally private and social distant enjoying the woods and fields with our friendly goats, Maryann and Wilma, or our new baby goats Lucy and Ethel. Enjoy breakfast, or dinner with food brought in from Lexington's top restaurants, breakfast from Josie's; dinner from Sutton's Italian or barbeque from City Barbeque. The complete meal will be set prior to your arrival, including fresh fruit and ice water. The picnic will be in a wooded area that is a 50 foot walk from the parking area. Be sure to ask about a campfire option! We can accommodate up to 12 guests in your group, if you would like to be the only group at a time picnicking, just click private group when signing up, so your experience will be totally private and socially distant. Your picnic area will have a picnic style table, adirondack chairs, and a hammock for you to relax in. The goats will be tied in the picnic area so there is no need to worry about them invading your dinner! We can also customize your picnic brunch or dinner, and have many dates available, just request a date and time. To make your picnic private for no additional fee please click on the private group choice when making your reservation.
Kettlestone Horses- bonding through liberty
Experience a unique connection with Moon or Ochre, our once-wild mustangs from ranges in Nevada and California. Book a session for one person or a group of 2. Spectators are welcome! I'll be your facilitator and teach you Natural Horsemanship methods to help you build trust with your horse. We'll play various ground games that develop a safe partnership with the horse. You'll create a powerful connection to lead your horse at liberty, without halter or ropes. Groom your horse, tack up and then practice some basic riding skills in the riding arena. Gaining a horse's trust is a transformative moment that will enrich you and may even impact your human relationships going forward!
Kamp Kessa A Zen-like horse experience to remember
1. arrive at barn with appropriate footwear and pants for riding. 2. Enter the herd that most matches your assessed skill and experience level . 3. Walk horse to barn and perform 1:1 grooming like a tea party! 4. Proceed to mount your horse and have preliminary lesson on riding. 5. Follow your host onto a nature trail. 6. Give each rider an opportunity to partner with their horse and nature. 7. Stop and safety check all tack half way through and discuss nature in our environment. 8. Return on an alternate trail to the farm. 9. Circle up and discuss what the power of the experience was for each participant. Other things to note When you enter the property, there will be a metal gate. Please open (and close) it and drive down the drive to the rust colored barn. Park at the barn and the host will meet you there. There are free range horses so drive cautiously.
Downtown Main Street Walking Food and History Tour
Learn about Downtown Lexington's captivating history as we take a culinary cruise to five delicious stops all in one afternoon! Discover award-winning eateries, unique foodie items like the buzz button, freshly baked breads from family-owned shops, fresh Kentucky-farmed vegetables, and more! In between bites, learn about colorful characters from Lexington's history and pass through landmarks like Skuller's Clock, The Square, and Phoenix Park.
Meet the Mountain Horses of Kentucky
We take guests into the mountains of Kentucky Appalachia by vehicle, guided by local, trained guides, to see and meet the free-roaming horses of Kentucky. Some horses are tame, others are feral. We have given guides extensive safety training and all are familiar with horses. The Guides also provide cultural and historic background of the area during the 30 minute ride up the mountain, and back. While encountering the herds, our guides first make sure there are not too many horses around the vehicle so that no one gets too close. This is usually not the case, as the feral horses do not come close to the vehicle and the tame ones are friendly and don't get too pushy. The total tour is 3 hours, and we offer a money back guarantee if they do not see any horses. But our guides know the mountains and where the horses hang out, so that has never happened. 35% of the tour fees go towards our hay and vet fund. We pick up horses when they need extra feed to stay healthy or if they are ill or diseased, or if they wander onto private property. All horses are adopted out once they are healthy again.
Tea Ceremony with Rohit
Taste delicious teas, in a mindful way, while enjoying the peace of my tea room! I serve tea inspired by the Chinese (Gung Fu) ceremony. These are generally loose leaf teas sourced from mindful distributors around the world. We'll be sitting on the cushions on the tatami floor, and depending on which teas speak to us, we'll begin the journey by tasting the first cup in silence, followed by some quiet conversations...
Forest Therapy by Certified Guide in middle of nowhere
We will gather at EarthJOY located in Brooksville Ky. You day will begin with hosptiality and welcome You will receive an introduction of forest therapy, including restrooms, and safety. We will meander into the forest and here you will receive nature invitations. You can do these in a way that feels best for you. We will have sharing circles along the way At the end we will have a tea ceremony What is Forest Therapy Forest Therapy is a practice that supports health and wellness through guided immersion in forests and other environments to promote the well-being of both people and the land. It is inspired by Shinrin-yoku, the Japanese practice of “Forest Bathing.” In Forest Bathing, people spend time in forested areas to enhance health, wellness, and happiness. In Forest Therapy, people are guided through a clearly defined sequence of invitations to slow down, allow the senses to open, and experience the environment to deepen the reciprocal relationship between participants and the forest. This supports the wholeness and well-being of both. These Slow Walks in the Forest are typically one- to two-kilometers long and fit for all ages and physical conditions. Invitations are open-ended. There is no expectation for what participants should experience or receive. Rather, participants spend time in silence, listening and feeling with a quiet and accepting presence.
Bourbon Class & Tasting
Upon arriving, you'll have an entire bourbon tasting room of Trouble Bar to yourself and the other experience guests. All guests will be in seats socially distanced from each other (please let us know if you're traveling with your household/COVID-bubble & we can seat you together). You'll taste between 4 - 6 bourbons during your tasting. Nicole will show you different styles and proof expressions of bourbon from a variety of distilleries. If you have a specific interest, Nicole can delve into with you and possibly pull some special bourbons for you to taste. While you go through the tasting, Nicole will help you understand why your palate is responding the way it is to different whiskeys. Instead of only trying products from only one distillery, Nicole will expose you to many distilleries in one spot! You'll end the class with the chance to open tabs and buy bourbons from the extensive collection of Trouble Bar. Nicole will be available for questions and more bourbon knowledge as long as you'd like to stay! Other things to note: Once the class ends, you'll be able to purchase spirits directly from the bar so you can continue your education and enjoy Trouble Bar's extensive collection. Nicole can even use what you learned about your palate to recommend new and unknown bourbons specifically for you.
Cooking with Bourbon at the Cabin
The perfect ending to a day on the Bourbon Trail! Cooking With Bourbon provides the opportunity to mingle with other guests over a cocktail and family-style dinner you help make in a casual setting around the kitchen table in a log home. Guests will slice, dice, stir, bake and make delicious dishes featuring bourbon while hearing about bourbon and Kentucky life. Guests also get a short tour of our 200-year old log cabin from the owner, an architect who specializes in log and timberframe homes. You may meet Captain, our lovable Newfoundland dog. Meal includes a cocktail, salad, vegetable, meat or fish, and dessert. Menu changes and may include Bourbon-glazed Salmon, Peach and Bourbon Chicken, Bourbon Burgers with carmelized onions, Pork Tenderloin with Bourbon and Apples, carmelized carrots, drunken sweet potatoes, brussel sprouts with bourbon and bacon, honeyed carrots, green salad with bourbon pecans, bourbon balls, bread pudding with bourbon sauce, Kentucky Spirit pie or Irish cake. Take the recipes with you so you can make your new favorites at home. Come back again for a different menu! There's always something new when you are Cooking With Bourbon.
Cincinnati Food & History Streetcar Tour with Findlay Market
If you've never visited Cincinnati before, you'll enjoy seeing the city with a friendly local guide. We know the best places to go and the most delicious food to try! Join us as we hop aboard the Cincinnati Streetcar to visit 4 different neighborhoods and 6 different restaurants or eateries. We'll stroll past beautiful architecture while hearing the history of the Queen City of the West. We will enjoy savory dishes at 3 restaurants in the central business district and visit historic Over the Rhine, a beautifully restored German neighborhood. As we stroll the streets, we may enjoy a few of the sweeter offerings, such as a French macaron or warm chocolate chip cookie or a slice of local pizza. We hop back on the streetcar and ride pass beautiful Washington Park, an 8 acre oasis as we head to Findlay Market, the oldest standing urban market in Ohio. We walk through the market and enjoy two more local treats. We may enjoy some delectable cheese and fudge from a family owned business since 1922, or homemade cheesecake or a Belgium waffle. Other things to note: The Central Riverfront Garage Parking Lot is very convenient to our meeting point. There are multiple entrances such as 171 Joe Nuxhall Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Gratuities for your guide are much appreciated
Join me on the photoshoot experience that is bound to complete your visit to Cincinnati! Enjoy the historic architecture and rich history while posing it up with your family, significant other or make it a solo occasion. We will begin at beautiful Washington Park located in the heart of Over-the-Rhine, make our way over to classic Music Hall and finish off on Vine Street in front of the most spectacular murals in the city. I hope you leave with a greater appreciation for this quaint midwest city. The age old architecture and history behind the walls of each building are worth more than just a visit, they want to be remembered and photographed with you! !!OTHER THINGS TO NOTE PLEASE READ!! If you CANNOT WALK, this will NOT be the experience for you. If you are FROM THE CINCINNATI AREA, please DO NOT book this experience. This is a special experience JUST for people visiting from out of town. If you would like to book with me privately, please send me a message! The average time this experience takes is 30 MINUTES. Experience/photoshoot images are color edited and 10-20 final photos are sent to the guest via email. !!CANCELLATION!! Please read the cancellation policy, I've had misunderstandings due to people NOT reading the policy!
Design a Kentucky Derby Fascinator
In this experience you will get to create your very own Kentucky Derby Fascinator in my specialty workshop and showroom in downtown Louisville. You will arrive at the workshop and look at samples of fascinators, and then you will pick out the colors you will use for your piece. You will block a shape with a material called sinamay, and then pick out feathers and beads and veiling that match your color story. You will pick put together your feather set with glue and stitch it to the fascinator that you blocked along with beads you picked out. To finish it we will sew veiling on it, rhinestone it, and attach an elastic so it sits comfortably on your head!
Soapmaking and Sudsy Fun
Enjoy sipping lemonade on the porch of an original log cabin as you select from a variety of scents like lavender, orange spice or honey almond to create your own bath product while you learn about the key ingredients to use for your skin type. Then make a soap and a sugar scrub or a bath salt bag that will nourish your skin. Add the finishing touches to make great gifts to give or keep for yourself.
Cincinnati Top Ten Sites with Bites Streetcar Tour
Visiting Cincinnati? This is the perfect morning tour for first time visitors! Not only do we see the Top Ten Sites, we also enjoy the Top Five Foods that Cincinnati is famous for! This is a guided tour of Cincinnati from the banks of the Ohio River to Findlay Market in Over the Rhine. With the aid of the Cincinnati Streetcar, plus 2 miles of walking over the course of 3 hours, we take you on a whirlwind tour of the city. You receive a light lunch, ride the streetcar and tour the city with a local, friendly guide. This is the perfect tour for families and locals who want to see the new downtown developments. Our food servings are generous and enough for lunch. We enjoy full servings of an authentic Belgium waffle, Skyline chili cheese dog, a scoop of Graeter's black raspberry chocolate chip ice-cream, a sweet treat from a local bakery and a slice of goetta from a German Butcher shop. Ice water is provided at the first three restaurants. Please bring a bottle for hydration if needed on a warm day. This tour include sightseeing, history, art and architecture. The streetcar is handicapped accessible, but this tour involves 2 miles of walking in addition to riding the streetcar over a 3 hour period of time. Motorized wheelchairs are recommended. Please note: Findlay Market is closed Monday. We provide alternate stops and the same amount of food.
Horse Farm Tour - Thoroughbreds
Guests will begin a tour near the breeding facility where they will learn about the history of Xalapa Farm and what led to it becoming Hill ‘n’ Dale at Xalapa today. Then, we will proceed into the historic stallion barn & meet most, if not all, of the stallions on the roster including Curlin, Ghostzapper, Good Magic, Kitten’s Joy & Charlatan. Next, we will proceed to the breeding facility. We will see where the stallions come into the facility. We will see where the mares enter the facility and what occurs prior, during and after a breeding. Then, we will some barns with mares & foals, as well as a drive around to see the bridge, race track & other locations where the movie Seabiscuit was filmed. We will also see the race track, life size bronze horse statue and bronze foals, crescent barn, crescent house, gardeners house, and blacksmith shop. Also, we will see some some historic spots such as water pump house, filtration system & water tower. The headstone of Prince Palantine which is a huge part of the history of Xalapa is on the farm as well. You will see the AirBNB (unless occupied)…plus a few extras!!!