Walk Through Time in Georgetown, Kentucky

When you walk down Main Street in Georgetown, Kentucky, you can imagine what it looked liked when it was first established in 1775.  You can still see the beautiful architecture, amazing brick and stone work, and the hustle and bustle of the town. The town was called Lebanon when first settled by Rev. Elijah Craig but was renamed to honor George Washington. Its huge growth started when the Toyota plant opened up in early 1980s. Georgetown Continue reading

15 Amazing Things to do with Kids in Georgetown, Kentucky

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Our Unschooling adventures have brought us to one of my favorite places: horse country. I love Kentucky because of all the horse farms, rolling blue grass hills, and the wonderful hospitality. I miss the South, and as far as I am concerned Kentucky is part of the southern states because of the blue grass music, sweet tea, that wonderful southern twang, and, of course, being south of the Ohio River. We started our adventure at Continue reading