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Season 11 Episodes

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Program 1101:
the family-owned Grider Hill Dock at Lake Cumberland, the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum, folk artist Minnie Adkins, and Amon’s Sugar Shack in Somerset
Program 1102:
ultralight pilot and instructor Lucian Bartosik; sheep farmer, weaver, and photographer Dobree Adams; and a nostalgic collection of toy tractors and other miniatures
Program 1103:
GlitterBug Glass & Handmade Beads, canoeing Tygarts Creek with wildlife writer/photographer Soc Clay, and a baseball bat used by Babe Ruth
Program 1104:
photojournalist Sam Abell and the Somernites Cruise car show
Program 1105:
Louisville blues history, bull rider Rod Dizney, and sculptor Garry Bibbs
Program 1106:
special edition: the Kentucky-Liberia connection
Program 1107:
Bauer’s Candy, the Appalachian Artisan Center, and Wheeler’s Pharmacy in Lexington
Program 1108:
the Juggernaut Jug Band, Hibben Knives, and the Lexington Public Library ceiling clock
Program 1109:
Floracliff State Nature Preserve, the Howard Steamboat Museum, and stone carver Tim Lewis
  Program 1110:
special expanded edition: Wild and Scenic Kentucky, featuring beauty and outdoor recreation opportunities from the Ohio River to the Big South Fork and from the Breaks of the Big Sandy to Reelfoot Lake

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Program 1111:
using fire to manage forest in Mammoth Cave National Park, Lexington’s Citizen Police Academy, and It’s a Jungle Clayworks
Program 1112:
the Kentucky Military History Museum, Louisville quilter Willie Pride, outdoors writer Johnny Molloy, and the Homeplace on Green River
Program 1113:
Pinecliffe Gardens, Bybee Pottery, and Civil War history at Camp Nelson
Program 1114:
down-home cook Lacey Griffey, Simpsonville photographer Bruce McElya, and the River City Drum Corp
Program 1115:
artist and furniture designer Dan Neil Barnes, nature photographer Charline Marrinan, chainsaw artist Carroll Sanders, and circus elephant handler Pat Harned
Program 1116:
outdoor writer and photographer Soc Clay, agate hunting in Eastern Kentucky streams, and an international dinner in Somerset
Program 1117:
Sharpe Houseboats, the unusual music of “The Junkman,” and husband-and-wife folk artists Ronald and Jessie Cooper
Program 1118:
Covington’s Garden of Hope; Louisville’s Frazier Historical Arms Museum; and Knob Creek Farm in Larue County, a boyhood home of Abraham Lincoln
Program 1119:
the St. Thomas Log House and other Catholic history in Kentucky; Elliott County’s Laurel Gorge
Program 1120:
Southern Indiana’s Clifty Falls State Park and a controlled burn at Raymond Athey State Nature Preserve in Logan County
Program 1121:
Christmas edition 2005: a festival of trees and a wonderland of lights in Ashland, plus a scuba-diving Santa at the Newport Aquarium


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