Category Archives: Childhood fun

Natural Bridge Resort State Park, Kentucky

"Fanny?" Trenton asked. "Yes dear?" I answered. "Have you ever seen a snake while camping?" he asked. "Sweetie, I promise you, I have NEVER seen a snake while I have been camping all of these years." I said "Ok." he replied. Trenton is my friend Betsey's, son.  He is the first child I ever witnessed being born, and he has...
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Photo Friday: Bell Buckle, Tennessee

Bell Buckle, Tennessee has a population of 315 people, but on June 15, 2013, there were over 10,000 people walking along the streets.  We were all there to partake in the RC Cola and Moon Pie Festival. IMG_7772_edited-1 "RC Cola and Moon Pie Fest?" you are...
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A Coal Miner’s Son

Down in a hollow, in the coal mining hills of Eastern Kentucky, lived Melvin and Clara Webb.  Melvin and Clara had eight children, Melvin Jr., Loretta (Loretta Lynn), Herman, Jay Lee (Willie Lee), Donald Ray, Peggy Sue, Betty Ruth and Brenda Gail (Crystal Gayle).  A rather musically inclined family I will have to say. Herman Webb,...
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