The Lexington Cemetery

As I stated in my previous blog post regarding Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, we originally planned to visit the Lexington Cemetery to see the cherry blossoms that were in bloom. Once I looked further, I then learned of the historical significance of this beautiful location. Lexington Beginnings Traveling from Fort Harrod in 1775, aContinue reading “The Lexington Cemetery”

Ashland – The Henry Clay Estate

This trip to Lexington truly began with cherry blossoms. There is a page I follow that focuses on Kentucky’s landscapes. Recently, many photographs were posted to that page of the most beautiful cherry blossoms in bloom at The Lexington Cemetery. Then and there, I decided we would make the trip to take our own photographs…Continue reading “Ashland – The Henry Clay Estate”