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Louisville, Kentucky: It’s All In The Family

General George Rogers Clark founded Louisville, Kentucky on the banks of the Ohio River in 1778. Throughout the century when the Ohio River represented the dividing line between America's North and South, slaves would swim from Louisville to freedom in Indiana. The states' historic ties are celebrated today in the seven counties of Greater Louisville. Pronounced Looavul, LUHvul, Lou-EE-ville,...

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The Autumn Spice at Cumberland Falls

The crisp smell of spice on the autumn wind enthralls the traveler who finds themselves fortunate enough to explore the woods of Cumberland Kentucky at this mysterious time of year. My venture into this land of enchantment occurred just last October, when I was searching for a quiet place to escape from all my troubles. Cumberland Kentucky contains the Daniel Boone National Forest, full of hiking...

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Star Trekking 11:21:09: Wynonna Judd Steers Santa Train to Kentucky

Wynonna Judd will be the guest star aboard the Santa Train, an annual 110-mile journey through the Appalachia, where volunteers from CSX, Food City and Kingsport Chamber of Commerce in Kingsport, Tennessee, will donate 15 tons of food, clothes, and toys to children in Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Wynona, who is familiar...

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Lexington, Kentucky Attractions

One of the world's capitals for horse breeding, this fun city offers racetracks, horsey theme parks and museums, and family horseback riding.Lexington is the place where more racehorses are bred, sold and catered to than just about anywhere else in the world. Families can visit all kinds of horse-themed attractions, including working thoroughbred horse farms, an historic racetrack and...

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Custom Itinerary – Kentucky

Ann J. of Brighton, Michigan writes: We are planning a driving trip with our kids (ages 3, 6 and 9) to Kentucky. Can you suggest some interesting areas - we like to enjoy the outdoors.A - We received your request for information for your family's trip to Kentucky.  I'm not sure what part of the...

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Westward To Kentucky

Recapture the historic charm of Southern and Eastern Kentucky, an integral part of America's frontier, on this rich road trip.Follow in the footsteps of Daniel Boone as he led the first group of settlers through the Gap in the Cumberland Mountains back in 1775. You can re-live the excitement of the pioneers as they moved north into Kentucky, blazing the trail that would become the Wilderness...

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