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Monthly Archives: April 2016

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The Difference a Porch Can Make…Owensboro, Kentucky

I didn’t grow up lazing away hot summer evenings on a spacious and shady front porch. (Those evenings usually found me, along with my sisters, weeding in the world’s largest vegetable garden, with 100-foot rows that stretched on into eternity…) As an adult, however, I’ve Read More

The Backseat Files: The Most Beautiful Oriel in the World, Lexington, Kentucky

I went to a lot of museums growing up – but the most compelling exhibits that lingered with me were the streets I traveled down, whether walking around my small hometown, or watching in rapt attention as a traveler in the backseat. One of those Read More

Bygone History and Romance: The L & N Passenger Depot in Greensburg, Kentucky

I am not a trainspotter. That said, I completely subscribe to the romance of travel  by rail (even having experienced the seediness of rail travel in many European countries) Рa transportation option not readily available in the Bluegrass. Perhaps a tiny bit of the Read More