• Bowling Green,  Kentucky

    Ephram Park

    Today was a wonderful day to get out and go to Ephram Park. This park has a great graveled trail, beautiful location, picnic area, disc golf, basketball, playground, and a ball complex. It’s pet friendly on the walking trail. It’s…

  • Free,  Greenville,  Historic

    9-11 memorial

    This 9-11 memorial is located in Greenville, KY. The memorial has a beam that fell from the north tower and is surround by plaques of those who have died while in duty. It’s definitely worth the stop.

  • Creelsboro,  Free,  Ghost Town,  Historic,  Kentucky


    Creelsboro is a ghost town in Kentucky. It has a general store that wasn’t open the day we passed through. There are many homes that have been abandoned and forgotten about. We passed through it on our way to the…

  • Albany,  Free,  Historic,  Kentucky

    Rockhouse Natural Bridge

    Rockhouse Natural Bridge (AKA Creelsboro Arch) and Indian Burial mound is located in Albany KY. When the water is low you can walk under the arch. When the water is up, it’s a great place for fishing. Above the arch…

  • Battlefields,  Bowling Green,  Historic,  Kentucky

    River walk

    Went to the River Walk and it was some cool photos but not a place I would suggest anyone go with children. The historic bridge has a pathway that leads to a strip club, under the bridge is trash, bedding,…

  • Rochester


    These photos from Rochester Ky showed up in my memories from 2 years ago. Rochester is a cute little town, and it has a Ferry! Everyone loves a ferry boat!

  • Auburn,  Battlefields,  Historic,  Kentucky

    South Union Shaker Village

    Over the weekend, it was a gorgeous here, so we took advantage of the beautiful day and headed to the South Union Shaker Village, just outside of Bowling Green KY in historic Auburn Kentucky. Most of the original village is…

  • Battlefields,  Hopkinsville,  Kentucky,  Native American

    The Trail of Tears Commemorative park is located in Hopkinsville KY and is one of the places of camp on the Trail. See there website for more detail: http://www.trailoftears.org