Saturday, September 3, 2011

Lincoln Homestead State Park, KY












12 comments:

Mama-Bug said...

What a wonderful piece of American history. That old cabin is a beauty.

Lois said...

Beautiful pictures and the history is fascinating. I came over here from Lois' blog, so Happy Birthday to you!

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Happy birthday!
Great pictures!
Greetings from Switzerland
Angela

Rose said...

I enjoyed this post very much...loved your photographs as well as the history.

the cuby poet said...

The wooden cabin/house is so like ones I have seen in Sweden and Finland in folk museums there. An informative blog today. Thanks.

TexWisGirl said...

gorgeous, preserved homestead!

happy birthday to you!!!

Montanagirl said...

Love the old cabin. Life was so much simpler then, wasn't it? Nice post - interesting as well.

Judith said...

Lovely cabin. I could live there myself. Just popped in to say Happy Birthday.

Oh I have just noticed the photo below. One stop shopping. Seems like a funny combination. I work in a Subway in the summer months. You should try parmesan bread with chicken, beef, sweetcorn, onions,jalepenos, cheese and south west sauce. It's super duper.

Elaine said...

Beautiful and interesting series of photos and history. Your treatment of the photos was just right for the subject.

Happy Birthday!!

Kjell T. Evensen said...

Thank you for all the wonderful comments and good wishes for my birthday. We had a lovely evening with son and family, daughter, friend, and the two dogs - a total of 14.

KaHolly said...

Fascinating! I love American history. I'm glad you had such a nice birthday. I hope this next year is a wonderful experience!! ~karen

Corker2 said...

An interesting Post about Lincoln's Parents and where he lived. I enjoy reading and seeing place's like this, since I just love to snoop around in Historic places, as you will see in my Blog. I like the HDR effect. Must do that with some of the Images that I have.

Les