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“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain

Museum Row, Bardstown, Kentucky

  Bardstown, Kentucky is known for many things – My Old Kentucky Home, bourbon, and good old-fashioned Southern charm, to name a few. Historic Museum Row should be added to that list. Located just two blocks from downtown Bardstown, Museum Row is a collection of...

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Perryville Battle Site

  Perryville lies in the graceful rolling hills of central Kentucky. A small town on the banks of the Chaplin River, this ideal village was abruptly hurled into history in October 1862, when it became the site for the largest Civil War battle in Kentucky....

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  Coolmore is the dream destination for horse worshippers – on three continents! Coolmore at Ashford Stud graces rolling hills in the heart of Bluegrass country near Versailles, KY. Here, international breeding of elite...

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  Several years ago, I returned from a medical missionary in Rwanda.  Although most of my time was spent in the small, isolated hospital of Muganero, there was fun to be had, as well. So, share Rwanda with me. This is a completely land locked East African nation...

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West Highland Way, Scotland to Glasgow, Day 9

      It was eerily foggy as I left my Ft. Williams Bed and Breakfast early in the morning, headed for the 7 a.m. train to Glasgow. There were no mountains to be seen, sea neither, as both were encased with a whitish, shifting fog. No one was about in...

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