We have long been fans of Louisville, Kentucky! Living in Illinois for the past 17 years, a jaunt down to Louisville once a year has given us a great opportunity to rebalance while enjoying a vibrant city with a heartbeat…Read More
Continuing on the theme of spring break in Bowling Green, Kentucky, spend any time in the region and you will soon realize Cave Country has a whole lot going for it above the ground. Between Western Kentucky University and the…
This week is spring break for most of the Midwest. Like 99.9% of the people sick of this “forever” winter weather, we pointed our car south and hit the road with visions of daffodils and robins and other first signs…
America’s Birthday just isn’t complete without fireworks. Every year, we pick the top 10 places we’d like to see some fireworks. Here are this year’s picks. (Don’t forget to see previous year’s winners as well.)
Kentucky is famous for horse racing, bourbon, and even blue grass. With art, culture, eclectic neighborhoods, and independent businesses thriving in an urban community, Louisville charmed us all.
Just a couple of years ago, RVing was something that older folks did. Or maybe your camping addicted neighbors. But now, with the price of airline tickets and carry-on luggage rising, families are going back to the RV way of life. Especially for summer vacations. Last year on our road trip through Yellowstone there were dozens of RVs everywhere we stopped. Many rented. Families are going back to national parks and spending time together. But if you’ve never done much RVing, is there a place to learn more?