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Houseboating on Lake Cumberland in Kentucky

There’s a kind of magic to waking up surrounded by swirling mists that only a houseboater can experience. Sounds stick in the fog, so the splat of a trout as it jumps outside the bedroom window lasts as long as a crack of thunder. The ducks seem to be quacking right...

Kentucky Derby Finish Line Tour

Three horses rounded the bend, their feet pounding the dirt in a frantic effort to get ahead. Their jockeys were so close to one another, it seemed their stirrups must surely be touching. Around me, it was so still and quiet I could almost hear the heavy breathing of...

Kentucky Bourbon Trail

“The only thing that makes bourbon smooth is age,” says Colonel Michael Edward Masters, The Host of Kentucky, at a bourbon tasting evening at the Chapeze House in Bardstown, Kentucky. Colonel Masters hands Chris and Janette a shot of Booker Bourbon and...
Meeting the Ghosts of Bardstown

Meeting the Ghosts of Bardstown

Many people visit historic sites with the hope of finding ghosts. I don’t. However, I’ve always been envious of others who walk around a centuries old room on tours, let their fingers linger on a few of the do-not-touch pieces, nod, and say with...
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