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Season 19 Episodes

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 Watch Program 1901:
We visit Bardstown, named the Most Beautiful Small Town in America in the Rand McNally/USA Today Best of the Road competition for 2012. We also learn about two historic Kenton County homes with connections to President Ulysses Grant; meet nonegenarian physician Doc Shuffett; and explore the art of Kathleen O'Brien.
 Watch Program 1902:
Dave trains to pilot a barge on the simulators at Paducah's Maritime Education Center for our first "Dave Does It!" segment this season. We dine out for Today's Special at Frances BBQ in Tompkinsville; explore the stone masonry of Camp Springs in Campbell County; and visit Ruby Moon Vineyard Bed and Breakfast in Henderson County.
 Watch Program 1903:
Dave explores the hardwood forests and sandstone bluffs of Muhlenberg County's Lake Malone with outdoor enthusiast Cory Ramsey. Amy Hess introduces us to Kentucky luthier Douglas Naselroad, a Master Artist in Residence at the Appalachian Artisan Center in Hindman. We also pay a visit to Winchester, then go behind the scenes at the Artists Collaborative Theater in Pike County.
 Watch Program 1904:
Spine-tingling fun awaits as we take the Haunts of Owensboro walking tour. We also learn about the Haycraft Inn in Hardin County, a popular stop for stagecoaches; enjoy the "hick-hop" music of the Whipps; and sample the variety of cuisine offered by Louisville food trucks.
 Watch Program 1905:
Our salute to America's veterans features stories about the Camp Nelson Honor Guard, a Morgan County memorial to women veterans, the Aviation Heritage Park in Bowling Green, and a warhorse named Sgt. Reckless.
 Watch Program 1906:
Where is Daniel Boone buried? We explore the controversy surrounding his burial site(s). We also visit the Campbellsville University historical marker; see the renovated Fountain Square and more in downtown Somerset; and learn about bees and biodiversity at Coal Country Beeworks in Perry County.
 Watch Program 1907:
We dive right in for underwater fun at the Pennyroyal Scuba Blue Springs Resort in Hopkinsville. We also remember George Graham Vest's touching tribute to a dog; explore the work of self-taught artist Ken Swinson; and enjoy the music and tradition at the Festival of the Bluegrass.
 Watch Program 1908:
Explore the revival of building dry stone walls with master stone mason Cecil Aguilar of Harrison County. We also visit a historical marker in Carter County at the home of Kentucky Gov. William Jason Fields; take a look at the vintage motorcycles at the Bluegrass Motorcycle Museum in Hartford; pay a visit to Barbourville; and enjoy family fun at Jane's Saddlebag, a heritage tourism destination in Boone County.
 Watch Program 1909:
The 8th of August: Every year, people in parts of Western Kentucky and Central Tennessee gather to celebrate Emancipation, a homecoming tradition begun in 1868. We explore the history and visit celebrations in Hopkinsville, Russellville, Paducah and Allensville.
 Watch Program 1910:
Savor the history of the Hot Brown, visit downtown Henderson, explore the Roebling Bridge at Covington and get a view from the towers, and meet the retired dogs cared for by the Hound Welfare Fund of the Iroquois Hunt Club.
Watch Program 1911:
Presidents Day—Kentucky was familiar territory for four men of the 1800s who went on to serve as president. We examine the history of Andrew Jackson's famous duel in Logan County; learn about Zachary Taylor's upbringing near Louisville and his role in the slavery debate; visit Abraham Lincoln's hometown of Hodgenville and meet a Lincoln impersonator; and review the life of the other Civil War president, Jefferson Davis, and learn from historians how his life compared with Lincoln's.
 Watch Program 1912:
Sporting Traditions Across the State — Visit the Marshall County Hoop Fest, learn about baseball players Pee Wee Reese and brothers John and Joe Heving, hit the Kentucky State Parks Golf Trail, and join Dave Shuffett for trophy fishing at Dale Hollow Lake in Cumberland County.
 Watch Program 1913:
Community gardening with Jim Embry of Lexington, a century-old hand-crafted Leslie County barn, the Greyhound Tavern, and Richwood Plantation Inn.
 Watch Program 1914:
Appalachian artist Tami Booher, the Bodley-Bullock House in Lexington, downtown Shelbyville, and master woodworker Robert Vannevel of Casey County.
 Watch Program 1915:
Lexington Vintage Dance, a visit to Louisa, YouthBuild Louisville, and dog trainer Gene Glastetter and Versace.
 Watch Program 1916:
The Great Saltpetre Cave in Rockcastle County, Cardome Center, Native American potter Black Bear of Morehead, Billy Ray's restaurant in Prestonsburg, and the Kentucky cotton industry.
 Watch Program 1917:
Earth Day: Dawson Springs' network of trails, Miguel's Pizza in Powell County, the self-sufficient lifestyle of Adair County homesteaders Randy and Jennifer Luethje, and the Red River Gorge Trail.
 Watch Program 1918:
The story of jockey Roscoe Goose, a quick visit to Churchill Downs, all about mint juleps, and a visit with Breeders' Cup winner Zenyatta.
 Watch Program 1919:
BB Riverboats, the history of Cumberland College, rare white Thoroughbreds, and the U.S. Bullion Depository at Fort Knox.
 Watch Program 1920:
A profile of Gen. John Hunt Morgan, known as the Thunderbolt of the Confederacy.
 Watch Program 1921:
Horsepowered: The Keeneland Concours d'Elegance: A look at the four-day car exhibition held each July.


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