At the University of Kentucky, the puppies of Wildcat Service Dogs learn to become assistance dogs for individuals facing mobility challenges; in Bowling Green, a look at the Corvette production assembly line; and Doug experiences a mode of travel from America's earlier days, aboard a steamboat on the Ohio River. Hosted at the Life Adventure Center in Versailles.
Expert appraisers evaluate a Gibson Dot Neck guitar worth thousands.
Tim Farmer meets Jayd Raines in Floyd County for some 1760s-style squirrel hunting and cooking. Mel Hankla from Mefford's Fork in Mason County shares his vast knowledge of Colonial-era weaponry. In Paducah, Tim meets Mark Miller, a master craftsman of replica flintlock rifles.
Head to Sparta's Kentucky Speedway where fans experience all the excitement of NASCAR racing; in Pikeville, diners at The Blue Raven Restaurant & Pub enjoy Chef Matt Corbin's pub-style Appalachian cuisine; Doug talks with the staff at Life Adventure Center in Versailles; and through his High Adventure Wilderness School in Stanton, 'Wild Bill' Gordon brings people back in touch with nature and themselves.
Expert appraisers examine a collection of John C. Breckinridge memorabilia. Plus, the Collectibles crew visits the Antique Boat Center in Cincinnati where old and new techniques are used to bring classic boats back to life.
Explore the ghostly goings-on at Old Louisville's Conrad-Caldwell House. Also featured are Doe-Anderson, a national advertising agency with Louisville headquarters, and Murray craftsman Justin Roberts, who makes traditional willow furniture. Plus, see a bit of KET's "Kentucky Muse" profile guitar man, Merle Travis.
An 1840 graphite portrait with a Kentucky connection is appraised, and host Amy Hess travels to Eastern Kentucky for a look at Antique and Modern Jewelry in Middlesboro.