Tioga Falls

Originally, this piece was written in February 2021 as a Facebook Post. Here it is today as a short and sweet blog post. Enjoy! A warm day put Kentucky Historic Travels on the road again and for the first time in 2021! We headed to Tioga Falls, just south of West Point. Tioga Falls isContinue reading “Tioga Falls”

Cove Spring Park

Cove Spring Park in Frankfort was honestly a surprise find! On this particular Saturday we headed for the park, not because of any history, but because it was a beautiful day and we could hike and explore someplace new. (It was also during COVID lock down, so this was a safe outing.) What we discoveredContinue reading “Cove Spring Park”

Dinsmore Homestead

A few years ago, I was looking for a historic home in the Northern Kentucky area, and I came across Dinsmore Homestead. Various things happened, and we never made the trip. I kept the home on my radar and once things reopened after the COVID shutdown, I decided we would finally make the trip. OriginallyContinue reading “Dinsmore Homestead”

Oxmoor Farm

A few weeks ago, I published a post about my very moving visit to Oxmoor Farm for the Shifting the Narrative discussion. There was so much to cover from that visit, that I knew I would need to break the visit into two posts. Finally, I present to you part 2. Please enjoy a littleContinue reading “Oxmoor Farm”

Locust Grove

The year was 1752. America was not yet established. There were 13 colonies under the rule of Britain, and Kentucky did not yet exist. On November 19 of that year, a future Revolutionary War General was born to John and Ann Rogers Clark. John and Ann welcomed their second son, George Rogers Clark, into theContinue reading “Locust Grove”