Campfire Stories: Chapter 3 – Cumberland Gap Wilderness Campground

I debated on whether to write about this campground or not because it is actually in Virginia. But Cumberland Gap National Park lies in three states - Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia - and the Kentucky part is in The 606.  So I decided to include it in my Campfire Stories.  We stayed a week, and … Continue reading Campfire Stories: Chapter 3 – Cumberland Gap Wilderness Campground

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Campfire Stories: Chapter 2 – Renfro Valley RV Park

After our glowing review in Chapter 1, Kentucky Rambler travels on.   Renfro Valley RV Park sits in back of the Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, and is operated by that group. The campground has two sections. The original area camping spots are at the back of the large gravel parking lot that serves the Show … Continue reading Campfire Stories: Chapter 2 – Renfro Valley RV Park

Eating Wild: Food From Your Own Backyard

For this report, my husband and I traveled just a few miles from home.  We went to a free seminar recently in Mt Vernon, Kentucky, titled Eating Wild, presented by ASPI (Appalachia - Science in the Public Interest.) The approximately  twenty people in attendance learned about many common edible plants that grow in Southeast Kentucky … Continue reading Eating Wild: Food From Your Own Backyard