About Adventures in Lexington

Hi there! I’m an SEO administrator by day, blogger by night and weekends, and this is my outlet to write about my travels and share with you other relevant information. Adventures in Lexington is my second blog. I live in Georgetown, Kentucky, have a great dog named Oreo, and I have a teenage daughter at the University of Kentucky that is my sidekick on most adventures. You can find her musings over at www.thegeekequestrian.com. She is affectionately known as the “Brainiac in breeches who loves food.”

Adventures in Lexington came about when we moved from Ohio to Lexington, Kentucky and wanted to find out more about the local area. The more we talked to people, the more resources we found, but not one central point to share about them. The other thing we found was that we discovered an event or festival after it had already happened. We are not patient and the idea of waiting a year to attend these amazing festivals, well, it just didn’t bode well. So, we started a calendar and began adding events that we knew about and started researching more and reaching out to the local visitor’s bureaus so we would be ahead of the calendar instead of behind it.

Adventures in Lexington hosts an ongoing and ever changing “Save the Date” page which you may want to bookmark. When we find an interesting event or happening in the Greater Lexington area, we add it. We are also looking to have a weekly post of “What to do in Lexington this week.”

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Google Local Guide Level 7

Speaking of travel, I’m proud to be a Level 7 Local Google Guide and in the top 1% of guides in my hometown of Georgetown, KY. This means that I share reviews of all destinations including shopping, restaurants, accommodations, attractions and so much more. My goal for 2019 is to reach Level 8 – but that’s going to take some serious work.

Have a destination – restaurant, accommodation or attraction you’d like featured here and in our social media? Contact us today and let’s talk about a “road trip.”