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Old 02-02-2010, 10:49 PM   #85
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4 t-shirts for us!!!!
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Old 02-04-2010, 09:20 AM   #86
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Not being from the area, and as SCF31 stated, it might be nippy, hows' 'bout sweatshirts? I'm about ready to start counting days too!
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Old 02-05-2010, 07:27 PM   #87
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The Bardstown Civil War Museum

The Civil War Museum, located in what used to be the town's water works and icehouse, the 8500 sq. ft. building has been completely renovated with $450,000 from the state government. It is the fourth-largest Civil War Museum in the United States. In 1999 we added the only museum dedicated to the women of the Civil War, featuring exhibits of period clothing, paintings, and personal artifacts. It is located in the Historic Wright Talbott House, adjacent to the Civil War Museum. Unlike the other museums, this one focuses mainly on the War of the Western States. The story of the western theater is told plainly in geographical and chronological segments. Visitors move through a series of exhibits featuring myriad artifacts from both the Union and the Confederacy. Examples of some of the artifacts the museum showcases include the flag of the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry, the presentation sword of Confederate Brigadier General Lloyd Tilghman, and a silver flask presented to Confederate General John C. Breckinridge a few days after he joined the Confederate Army. Among other things, the museum also has Infantry, Cavalry , Naval Artillery Rooms. a The Artillery Room is one major display you won't want to miss. Among others, the display includes a one-pounder smoothbore cannon made at the Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond, Virginia. Used in the field by Mosby's raiders, the gun could be taken apart and transported on horseback. Also among the displays is a 12 lb. mountain Howitzer, belonging to Eli Lilly's 18th Indiana artillery.

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  • Pioneer Village - $4.00 each
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  • War Memorial of Mid America Museum - $4.00 each
  • Wildlife/Natural History Museum - $4.00 each
  • Combination of THREE attractions - $8.50 each (Save $5.50)
  • Combination of ALL FIVE attractions - $10.00 each (Save $12.00)
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Are all the spots taken Dan?
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Old 02-06-2010, 01:22 PM   #89
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I have been to that museum and it is EXCELLENT. More uniforms than I have seen in one place before. If you like Civil War artifacts you do not want to miss it.
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Old 02-06-2010, 04:27 PM   #90
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There are no regular campsites left for the DandB Rally weekend. There are horse sites and tent camping available. You may want to contact the campground manager about a horse site. I have been told they will not let you stay in one unless you bring a horse (silly). Many sites have been taken that have not registered on the Rally calendar so there may be several SOB's mixed in. Keep an eye on the thread just in case someone cancels.

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Old 02-07-2010, 08:10 PM   #91
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It looks like we have some more interest in attending the rally. Tomorrow I will call the campground manager and see if he will open up a few long term parking sites and maybe some horse sites.

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Here are just a few more interesting places to visit while in the Taylorsville area. Bloomfield is a beautiful little community just south of Taylorsville Lake and interestingly is home to Jerry Bruckheimer the famous television and film producer.



Springhill Winery BLOOMFIELD - Kentuckys Derby Region
3205 Springfield Rd.

Type of Interest: Attraction
You can tour the winery and experience how we make our fine crafted wine. Enjoy our historic display of Kentucky's Wine Heritage & browse the gift shop. Taste your wine selections in our tasting room or on the patio overlooking the Vineyards.
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www.springhillwinery.com winery@springhillwinery.com (502) 252-9463





Turning Point Vineyards

BLOOMFIELD - Kentuckys Derby Region
31 Hagan Road

Type of Interest: Attraction

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www.turningpointvines.com (502) 673-9000



Nettie Jarvis Antiques

BLOOMFIELD - Kentuckys Derby Region
111 TAYLORSVILLE ROAD
PO BOX 460
Type of Interest: Shopping
Established in 1998, Nettie Jarvis Antiques is one of the main attractions in historic downtown Bloomfield. The building has been carefully preserved to its turn of the century splendor and houses two stories of fine American and Kentucky Antiques.
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www.nettiejarvis.com nettiej@nettiejarvis.com (502) 252-9555
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For those who are still interesting in attending the DandB Rally but do not have reservations, I have been attempting to contact the park manager. Unfortunately, the park office must have been closed this past week. I will call again on Tuesday and request the opening of long term parking spots. If you are still interested in attending this great rally please let me know.

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We're interested in attending

Add us to the list of want-a-attenders. Sounds like a great rally. There is no question, if a slot opens up we would take it.
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Only 60 days left till the rally!!! I love my iphone....i have the D & B rally on my countdown and get to look at it and check anytime......come on spring, we want to go camping. When are most people getting there??? The thursday or friday????
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Wanna camp earlier? Come and visit us at JC- TerraPort -for the NOVAfest at the end of March. We are hoping that Spring comes early!!!!
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f286...eam-60537.html

Not sure which day we are going to land at D and B Rally. We will be heading there from the Springstream Rally.
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we plan on arriving Thursday..can't wait
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Wanna camp earlier? Come and visit us at JC- TerraPort -for the NOVAfest at the end of March. We are hoping that Spring comes early!!!!
http://www.airforums.com/forums/f286...eam-60537.html

Not sure which day we are going to land at D and B Rally. We will be heading there from the Springstream Rally.
Would love to but the DH will just be leaving for work...he works out of state for a week at a time.....I have not pulled the argosy alone yet....so not to sure about that....I really would have enjoyed going though.
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