Archery Lessons, Ranges and Equipment in and around Louisville, KY

Recently, my twelve year old daughter took up an interest in learning the sport of archery. She became fascinated by archery when the movie “Brave” came out, and of course after the popularity of the “Hunger Games” trilogy. Tidbit: Did you know that Louisville native actress Jennifer Lawrence was on the archery team at JCPS school Kammerer Middle School? So, […]

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Review of Bernheim Forest Trails and ECO Discovery Days

Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is a 14,000 acre arboretum, forest, and nature preserve located in Clermont, Kentucky (25 miles south of Louisville), and is the largest privately owned natural area in the state. It includes numerous walking paths of all different lengths and difficulty levels, a visitors’ center, cafe, and gift shop, an education center, a children’s play area, shelters, […]

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Go Ape Zip Line & Treetop Adventure at Jefferson Memorial Forest in KY

I was recently given the opportunity to check out Jefferson Memorial Forest’s new Go Ape Zip Line and Treetop Adventure. I will start by saying I have never done any other zip line or rope obstacle course before and am slightly afraid of heights, so this was a new experience for me! The new treetop adventure marks the opening of […]

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Explore Kentucky’s Historical Markers: a great idea for family scavenger hunts in Louisville, KY

While my daughter was on fall break from school, I decided to take my two kids around town to discover and learn about some history of our city and the state of Kentucky. I find myself stopping and reading the historical markers that I come across all the time, and my 10 year-old has just started becoming interested in the […]

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