My Old Kentucky Road Trip: Historic Destinations & Natural Wonders

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Overview
Join native Kentuckians Cameron M. Ludwick and Blair Thomas Hess as they explore all the unique features that make the Bluegrass State one of a kind. While the middle of the United States tends to be dismissively referred to as "flyover states," one would have a much different impression if they drove. To fly over Kentucky would be to miss treasures like Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home that rests inside a Greek-style temple, or the Jefferson Davis monument rising from a field in Fairview like a lone, stone Redwood. From the rip-roaring barn dances in Rabbit Hash to the silent reverence of the monks at the Abbey of Gethsemani, the Commonwealth is rich with timeless landmarks and history.
Details
ISBN: 9781626198166
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
Date:
State: Kentucky
Series: History & Guide
Images: 102
Pages: 192
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Cameron Ludwick is a bookworm, trivia nerd and former band geek who still relies on the survival skills she learned at Girl Scout camp to cope with nature. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and lives in Central Kentucky. She spends time with Blair traveling the state for uncovering its best kept secrets. Blair Thomas Hess is an avid antique collector and chronic hobbyist who stores sweaters and shoes in her oven and once won a sack-the-pig contest at the Trigg County Country Ham Festival. She is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and lives in Central Kentucky. She spends time with Cameron traveling the state for uncovering its best kept secrets.