For over a thousand years, chariots thundered across China’s battlefields, dominating warfare far longer than anywhere else on Earth. Now a series of amazing archaeological discoveries, including whole chariots buried with their horses, has enabled a team of experts to probe the genius of China’s first super-weapon.
Doug explores historic, trendy, and tasty businesses in downtown Taylorsville; wetlands in Henderson are proud to be an addition to John James Audubon State Park; a look at the internationally renowned artist Joe Downing at the Downing Museum & Arboretum; and Danville's Constitution Square is the place to be for Kentucky's 225th anniversary of statehood.
2017 marks the 225th anniversary of Kentucky's statehood, and Doug visits the Old State Capitol in Frankfort; Patrick is a miniature horse with a huge fan base and a rock star lifestyle from Bullitt County; Second Stride in Oldham County rehabilitates, retrains, and places retired Thoroughbreds; and host Doug Flynn tours the expo floor at the National Farm Machinery show in Louisville.
Louisville's Beargrass Creek has survived numerous environmental challenges over the centuries. What does the future hold for this endangered waterway?
The Local Traveler
We check out the local communities in both Stanford and Hindman. Stanford is one of the oldest settlements in Kentucky and Hindman has the earliest rural settlement school in the country.