We had a great time with Jack and Kathy.
Of course, when we first met, I, as the older cousin and had to check up on him.
They gave us a whirlwind tour of the Lexington area. Highlights were Keeneland Race Track (whose track is made entirely of an artificial substance, mostly shredded tires and other plastics)
and the Kentucky Horse Park.
However, we were surprised to learn that the fences and most of the barns on all but a few horse farms in Kentucky are painted black, not white.
Also, after ten weeks on the road, finally saw our 50th different state license plate (West Virginia); along with those from all Canadian provinces other than Newfoundland and three territories, Nunavut, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.
Jack and I did manage to sneak in some time for Smart Bug Corp., a company we started which manufactures and markets an in-venue communication system, most recently used the Vancouver Olympics.