Greetings from Kentucky!
May 9 - 12, 1999
The result of one of the many dams, which create a bounty of recreational waterways throughout this country. ::: A beautiful, rustic cabin near the Daniel Boone National Forest. ::: A traditional, southern baptism in a river in Harlan.
But, could I live there? - Beautiful scenery, plenty of friendly, small towns to call home, and a climate somewhat drier than Florida and somewhat warmer than the frigid, great, white north. I can live without the ocean for the many rivers and lakes. This place has potential.
The Old Store
WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1999, GRAVEL SWITCH, KENTUCKY
It is the oldest, family run, corner market in the country, and it's turning the corner to a new generation.
A Friend of Ours
TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1999, PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY
"Everybody I encounter, I try and help them - it wouldn't be bad if everyone were like that, would it?"
MONDAY, MAY 10, 1999, BEREA, KENTUCKY
Every Berea College student receives a full tuition scholarship, and they must work to help pay their housing and other expenses - parents love this place!
Posted May 16, 1999