7 thoughts on “Chuy’s in Lexington, Kentucky

    1. Actually, I did not know, THIS is a real concern in places like Florida!! When we vacationed there last summer, we were told the hotels and communities have workers who watch for the growing coconuts and climb up to knock them down so that they will not fall on guests or pedestrians!! Who’da thunk?? ๐Ÿค 

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    1. Anita orders from the children’s menu because she cannot have ANY hot spice, and even their “seasoned” beef is too spicy for her, so she gets a cheeseburger and fries or rice or mac & Cheese. But since my last stroke in 2007, my taste buds like anything spicy, even to the point of causing hiccups!! ๐Ÿค 

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      1. It IS a serious bottleneck and is hazardous to drive. Now if everyone drove the 55mph posted speed, it would not be so much a problem, but just try to find ANYONE in Kentucky under 65 who drives that SLOW! ๐Ÿ˜Ÿ They improved the old “Death Hill” in the late 1990s but the bridge was still problematic. (See Death Hill on a web-search on I-75.)
        The double-decker Brent Spence Bridge between Ohio and Kentucky has needed to be replaced since we arrived here in 1990. It IS part of the federal interstate system, so I suppose the federal government should fund it.
        However, when Anita and I drove by a group of workers on I-64 once, we saw 13 guys working hard and one guy supervising. I commented that it must be prison laborers, and sure enough a mile down the road we saw the brown prison bus!! Anita asked how I knew that, and I replied, “There was one guy watching and 13 guys working. If it had been a government job, there would have been 13 guys watching and one guy working!”
        True story, and sadly, truer certainty. ๐Ÿ˜ž

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