Local Kentuckians call Louisville “Bourbon City” for good reason! Louisville is the world renowned Bourbon Capital of the World. And while there are over 95 bourbon distilleries in Kentucky, there’s several bourbon distilleries packed in the heart of Louisville that produce the iconic American whiskey. And they’re all waiting for you to sip and experience some of Kentucky’s finest spirits!
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Taylorsville Lake State Park Campground is located less than an hour from Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky. It’s a great Kentucky State Park with impeccable campground amenties and outdoor activities. Enjoy camping, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, kayaking and boating without leaving the state park. This 1200 acre Kentucky State Park is a perfect getaway amidst amazing horse country in heart of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
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Today, countless Lavender Farms in the U.S. are sprouting up all over; ranging from small family farms to large commercial lavender growing facilities that harvest for essential oils and culinary uses. These aromatic lavender fields are great relaxing getaways to get an amazing zenful experience. You’ll love visiting these gorgeous lavender fields year after year!
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In the past several decades, through federally protected preserves and wildlife conservation programs, the American Bison can be seen in the wild once again. Perhaps not the vast millions of pre 1800’s, today 9 bison herds in 12 states roam the Plains and Prairies of the United States. And now, the Bison reigns as the U.S. National Mammal. So, I bet you’re wondering, where are the best places to see bison in America?
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During our recent month long stay in Kentucky in May of 2017, we took a field trip to Lexington but stopped in Frankfort, Kentucky’s State Capitol. Frankfort has an array of historical and cool architectural buildings to see. We were getting quite hungry as granola bars and coffee we had for our breakfast-on-the-run weren’t very sustaining.
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We’ve been asked numerous times to share our story of how our dream began over lunches, dinners, campfires, happy hours and small talk. Though our story resonates with other full-time RVers our age, it still piques interest of those who may think we’re crazy. Though we’ve been doing this for over a year now, we thought a thorough explanation might help some appreciate the process we went through to get to where we are now.
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