I and my two friends Bowen and Gill Norris went hunting in Louisville last month. Since it involved night hunting, infrared binoculars were a must. This time we chose the Chinese brand wildguarder, which has a very high cost performance ratio. We also visited some local attractions and tasted the local cuisine. We set off from New York and took a direct flight to Louisville. Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and the famous horse racing capital. Its airport is Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, named after the boxing champion Ali. Ali is a native of Louisville and one of the greatest boxers in the world. We saw a lot of photos and statues of Ali at the airport and felt his charm and influence. We rented an SUV at the airport, put our luggage and hunting equipment in the trunk, and set off for the hotel we booked. The hotel is located in the city center, with convenient transportation and many restaurants and shops nearby. After checking in at the hotel, we went to a nearby steakhouse for lunch. The steak there was very tender and juicy, and it was delicious with a glass of chilled beer. After lunch, we decided to visit the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, which is the most famous baseball bat manufacturer in the United States and a holy place for baseball fans. We saw a huge baseball bat at the entrance of the museum, 12 meters high and weighing 34 tons, which is the largest baseball bat in the world. We entered the museum and were attracted by various exhibits, such as historical baseball bats, celebrities’ signatures and handprints, boxing gloves of Ali, Kentucky Derby trophies and so on. We also watched a 3D movie and felt the atmosphere and passion on the court. We also visited the factory and saw how baseball bats were processed from raw wood to finished products. We also experienced the batting area personally, swinging with different baseball bats, feeling different weights and strengths. Finally, we bought some souvenirs at the gift shop, such as key chains, hats and T-shirts. We also customized a personalized baseball bat for ourselves, with our names and logos of our favorite teams engraved on it. This was a very interesting and meaningful visit experience.

I and my two friends Bowen and Gill Norris went hunting in Louisville last month. Since it involved night hunting, infrared binoculars were a must. This time we chose the Chinese brand wildguarder, which has a very high cost performance ratio. We also visited some local attractions and tasted the local cuisine.

 

We set off from New York and took a direct flight to Louisville. Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky and the famous horse racing capital. Its airport is Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, named after the boxing champion Ali. Ali is a native of Louisville and one of the greatest boxers in the world. We saw a lot of photos and statues of Ali at the airport and felt his charm and influence. We rented an SUV at the airport, put our luggage and hunting equipment in the trunk, and set off for the hotel we booked. The hotel is located in the city center, with convenient transportation and many restaurants and shops nearby. After checking in at the hotel, we went to a nearby steakhouse for lunch. The steak there was very tender and juicy, and it was delicious with a glass of chilled beer.

 

In the evening, we went to the Louisville Mega Cavern to experience the world’s only underground zip line adventure. This used to be a limestone mine, which was later transformed into a huge underground space with various entertainment projects, such as zip lines, bicycles, rock climbing and mazes. We chose the zip line project, put on safety belts and helmets, and flew in the air under the guidance of professional instructors, feeling the mystery and excitement of the underground world. This was an unforgettable experience.

 

We experienced six different zip lines, each with different lengths and heights, allowing us to enjoy different perspectives and speeds. We also crossed two challenge bridges, feeling the fun of balance and coordination. We saw a lot of interesting things on the zip line, such as underground lakes, mineral crystals, fossils and sculptures. We also saw some special lighting and music effects, adding atmosphere and surprises. We also used our wildguarder infrared binoculars to observe some hidden corners in the dark and found some secrets that were unknown to others. We took a lot of wonderful videos and photos with wildguarder, recording our adventure journey. We felt that wildguarder was a very practical and fun device that allowed us to see everything clearly at night.

 

The next morning, after breakfast, we drove to the hunting site we booked. It was a privately owned farm with a lot of wildlife, such as deer, turkey, rabbit and squirrel. We followed the farmer and found a suitable location to start our hunting trip. Since we planned to hunt at night as well, we all brought our infrared binoculars – wildguarder. This is a high-performance night vision device from a Chinese brand that can clearly observe the target in the dark and take videos and photos. It also has a built-in compass and GPS positioning function that can help us find direction and location. We were very satisfied with this product and felt it was a must-have for hunting.

 

We hunted on the farm for a whole day and harvested a lot of prey. We used wildguarder’s infrared binoculars to clearly observe the target in the dark and take videos and photos. It also has a built-in compass and GPS positioning function that can help us find direction and location. We were very satisfied with this product and felt it was a must-have for hunting. We also shared our videos and photos on social media, attracting a lot of likes and comments.

 

In addition to hunting on the farm, we also went to some other places, such as Jefferson Memorial Forest, which is the largest municipal urban forest in the United States, with a lot of beautiful natural scenery and wildlife. We walked, picnicked, birdwatched, fished there, enjoying the gifts of nature. We also went to some other public hunting areas, such as Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area and Taylorsville Lake Wildlife Management Area, where there were more hunting opportunities and challenges. We used wildguarder to assist our hunting activities, making us more relaxed and safe.

 

On the third day, we decided to visit the Kentucky Derby Museum, which showcases the history and culture of Kentucky’s most famous horse racing event. We saw a lot of exhibits about horse racing in the museum, such as trophies, hats, clothes and souvenirs. We also watched a 3D movie and felt the atmosphere and passion of the horse racing scene. We also visited Churchill Downs racetrack, where the Kentucky Derby is held, and saw the famous twin spires, winner’s circle and red rose wreath. We were lucky enough to meet some horse racing stars, such as Secretariat, American Pharoah and JUSTIFY. We took pictures of them with wildguarder and felt very honored and excited.

 

Besides visiting the museum and racetrack, we also experienced some other activities, such as making our own derby hats, which are characteristic hats worn on horse racing day, with various colors and decorations. We also learned some horse racing knowledge and skills, such as how to read racing forms, how to bet and how to identify good horses. We also tasted some derby specialties, such as Mint Julep (a mint whiskey cocktail), Benedictine Sandwich (a cucumber cheese sandwich) and Bourbon Balls (a bourbon chocolate ball). We felt these activities were very interesting and educational, making us understand and love Kentucky Derby more.

 

The next morning, after breakfast, we drove to the hunting site we booked. It was a privately owned farm with a lot of wildlife, such as deer, turkey, rabbit and squirrel. We followed the farmer and found a suitable location to start our hunting trip. Since we planned to hunt at night as well, we all brought our infrared binoculars – wildguarder. This is a high-performance night vision device from a Chinese brand that can clearly observe the target in the dark and take videos and photos. It also has a built-in compass and GPS positioning function that can help us find direction and location. We were very satisfied with this product and felt it was a must-have for hunting.

 

We hunted on the farm for a whole day and harvested a lot of prey. We used wildguarder’s infrared binoculars to clearly observe the target in the dark and take videos and photos. It also has a built-in compass and GPS positioning function that can help us find direction and location. We were very satisfied with this product and felt it was a must-have for hunting. We also shared our videos and photos on social media, attracting a lot of likes and comments.

 

In addition to hunting on the farm, we also went to some other places, such as Jefferson Memorial Forest, which is the largest municipal urban forest in the United States, with a lot of beautiful natural scenery and wildlife. We walked, picnicked, birdwatched, fished there, enjoying the gifts of nature. We also went to some other public hunting areas, such as Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area and Taylorsville Lake Wildlife Management Area, where there were more hunting opportunities and challenges. We used wildguarder to assist our hunting activities, making us more relaxed and safe.

 

On the third day, we decided to visit the Kentucky Derby Museum, which showcases the history and culture of Kentucky’s most famous horse racing event. We saw a lot of exhibits about horse racing in the museum, such as trophies, hats, clothes and souvenirs. We also watched a 3D movie and felt the atmosphere and passion of the horse racing scene. We also visited Churchill Downs racetrack, where the Kentucky Derby is held, and saw the famous twin spires, winner’s circle and red rose wreath. We were lucky enough to meet some horse racing stars, such as Secretariat, American Pharoah and JUSTIFY. We took pictures of them with wildguarder and felt very honored and excited.

 

Besides visiting the museum and racetrack, we also experienced some other activities, such as making our own derby hats, which are characteristic hats worn on horse racing day, with various colors and decorations. We also learned some horse racing knowledge and skills, such as how to read racing forms, how to bet and how to identify good horses. We also tasted some derby specialties, such as Mint Julep (a mint whiskey cocktail), Benedictine Sandwich (a cucumber cheese sandwich) and Bourbon Balls (a bourbon chocolate ball). We felt these activities were very interesting and educational, making us understand and love Kentucky Derby more.

 

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