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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Traveling and finding treasures with Tom.


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In our town we have this Civil War Museum and also a Woman's Civil War Museum


The museum sits on a hill just above Bardstown Village.

There is always something going on here .
Folks come and  stay and set up little shops that represent what a village would look like around the Civil War Time and other demonstrate trades.
Making brooms, flint making, weaving. There is a mill there that runs down the creek seen to the right.
Yearly there is a Civil War enactment and many of the folks in town take part in this.






Something going all every week-end our town.

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5 comments:

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

I had to google where Bardstown is. We drive down that way sometimes.

My Little Home and Garden said...

That would be an interesting place to visit,Peggy. I enjoy seeing how people lived years ago.

Karen

happywonderer.com said...

Glad some of those buildings remain as they were. I'm sure it's buzzing during enactments.

Tom said...

How Neat! The Civil War was a divisive time in our history, but reenactments are popular. Thanks Peggy for sharing this week and please hurry back soon.

Blogger Jedidja said...

Great. I had to google too. Interesting! I've read this: authentic village of ten log cabins 150-200 years old ;-)