From there we headed to the Wild Turkey Distillery. Unfortunately we were not able to go on a tour because of the snow. There was quite a bit of treacherous snow on the ground, as you can see here:
And, I don't post a lot of pictures of Sam, but I asked his permission and here he is. In the background of the picture you can see where the hold all the barrels allowing the bourbon to age. I am all knowledgable about bourbon now because I watched a video.
From here we made our way down the road the the Four Roses Distillery where he had the chance to take a few outfit photos of me.
After I took these I asked Sam, "Do I look cold in these pictures?" He said of course not and you know what, you would have no idea that right across from me was this:
That is supposed to be a fountain... yeah. It looks more like frozen cauliflower Christmas tree decoration.
Overall, we had SO much fun. I want to post more about the dinner Sam cooked for me that night, but that will be a part two. I wanted to make sure that I was wearing something warm and comfortable. However, I have been so sick of wearing long sleeves. After looking at images of Elizabeth from Delightfully Tacky wearing short sleeves in Alaska none the less, I said to myself, "I will wear short sleeves." I am actually really glad I did because it got rather warm in the car, and I stayed pretty comfortable. Even though it was in the 20s, I stayed pretty warm. I was stoked to have the chance to wear this tank top from Lizzy Brookes that my roommate bought for me last fall or summer. I love the attention to detail Lisa from Lizzy Brookes puts into the clothing she makes. And it is all incredibly beautiful.
Black Shirt: Urban Outfitters
Tank: Lizzy Brookes, etsy
Belt: Thrifted Buffalo Exchange
Why the gold belt you might ask? It was Fat Tuesday and Mardi Gras yesterday, that's why.
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