Category Archives: Campfire

Pickard’s Farm Barbourville, Kentucky

(Click on image to enlarge. Hit back arrow to return to post) Pickard’s Farm has existed since the year 1916. Although the farm was small in the beginning, it has grown way beyond what you can see in these pictures — … Continue reading

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Beaver Creek Monticello, Kentucky

Click on images to enlarge. Hit back arrow to return to post. Beaver Creek Resort is located near the southern tip of Lake Cumberland in South Central Kentucky, only a few miles from Monticello. Typically the lake consists of a jagged 1,255-mile shoreline and surface … Continue reading

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Bee Rock Campground in Southeastern Kentucky

Click on image to enlarge. Hit back arrow to return to post. Bee Rock was once a haven for wild honey bees. When the bees became a threat, the locals used dynamite to destroy the bees’ home. Legend has it that … Continue reading

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Kentucky Campfire

Sitting around a campfire is more than just amazing. Feeling the warmth as the fire burns slowly, yet as it fades away the embers continue to glow.

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