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Season 9 Episodes

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Program 901:
agility training for dogs, Elvis “reenactor” Eddie Miles, and scenery from the Daniel Boone National Forest

Program 902:
Appalachian photographer Warren Brunner, hand-crafted toy chests from Aardvark Woodworks, and Louisville’s Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen

Program 903:
motorbike champ Ryan Young, Kenny’s Farmhouse Cheeses, and miniature donkeys

Program 904:
billiards prodigy Landon Shuffett, Kids on the Block, Fishing for Smiles, and the Fabulous Leopard Percussionists

Program 905:
artist Stephanie Townsend, the Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery, and Kinniconick Creek

Program 906:
Irvine’s arts-led downtown revitalization, the gardens of Henry Clay’s Ashland, and Elizabeth Kaiser Fine Candies

Program 907:
the Lexington Hustlers, who started as an all-black team but became one of the South’s first integrated squads, and Lower Howard’s Creek Nature and Heritage Preserve

Program 908:
Louisville’s Glassworks, harmonica player John Loeser, and a Lexington business that brings Mexican culture to Central Kentucky

Program 909:
TeleFund 2003 special: a trip from Maysville to Wickliffe along U.S. 62 with hard hats, a scenic railroad, the Lovers Leap Winery, the Abbey of Gethsemani, a Coca-Cola museum, beekeeping, Bill Monroe’s homeplace, race cars, Dawson Springs baseball, Newsom’s Country Store, Eddyville, paint horses, and more!

Program 910:
old-time fiddler John Harrod and Kentucky Amphicar enthusiasts

Program 911:
the 140th anniversary of the Battle of Perryville, the D.H. Western Village, New Kolb Aircraft’s build-it-yourself ultralights, and bluegrass musician J.D. Crowe

Program 912:
Schimpff’s Confectionery, World War II Army nurse Martha Penn, and Chris Ramsey’s wooden hats

Program 913:
a ride on the Amtrak Cardinal, Lowell Carter’s miniature log cabins, and the Bardstown Road Youth Cultural Center

Program 914:
Marengo Cave, the candle makers of Aromescence, and Pulaski County artist Dan Dutton

Program 915:
Joe Ley Antiques in Louisville, recycling old wood into walking sticks, Pamela Smith’s pine-needle raffia baskets, and Arts Across Kentucky magazine

Program 916:
Schwartz’s Countryside Bake Shop, Lexington’s Living Arts and Science Center, and powered parachute pilot Steve Thomas

Program 917:
Park Mammoth Resort, Middlesboro’s Pumpkin Alley, Day of the Dead celebrations, and scenery from the Land Between the Lakes

Program 918:
photographer Chuck Summers, sculptor Jeff Underwood, and the William Harsha Bridge in Maysville

Program 919:
ROTC training at Fort Knox, the Cave City farmers’ market, mixed-media artist Debbie Joplin, and wild horse adoption

Program 920:
carving carousel horses, soap maker Kathy Haynes-Ellis, coal-mining history in Stearns, and artist Barbara Stallard

Program 921:
the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Lexington’s Raven Run nature sanctuary, and sculptor Paul Fields

Program 922:
the historic Pisgah Church, painter Martin Rollins, and the Rogers Scholars Program

Program 923:
husband-and-wife writers David and Lalie Dick and the Buffalo Crossing Restaurant and Family Fun Ranch

Program 924:
holiday special I: a pioneer Christmas at the Jouett House in Versailles, Lindy Evans’ sculpted Santas, and holiday lights and sounds at Patti’s 1880s Settlement

Program 925:
holiday special II: the lights of Burnside State Park’s Christmas Island, Christmas dinner at the Forkland Community Center, music by Warren Wolf, and snow scenes with Sadie



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