So I drove an hour and a half, paid $8 for parking and another $10 for admission to what was at best a $4 show. The room was smaller than I had ever seen and there wasn't a single vendor selling primers. The Lexington show is worth the trouble about half the time, but I haven't been to a Kenny Woods show in Louisville in the last 2-3 years that was worth the hassle. I think I'm pretty well done with any show at the Fairgrounds that isn't National Gun Day. I might go again if he moves it back to Hurstborne where at least parking was free. The only good news is that there didn't appear to be any signs of pre-election panic buying or gouging. There hardly seemed to be any buying or selling at all.