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October 6, 2013

The two RV Gypsies explored Frankfort - Kentucky's Capital -

1786 - Frankfort was established. 1792-Kentucky became the 15th state and Frankfort became the capital of Kentucky.
sign - welcome to Kentucky
Kentucky water tower

Capitol refers to a building. Capital refers to a City.

welcome to Frankfort Kentucky sign
sign - sister city information
Kentucky's Capitol Building - as seen from a scenic overlook
sign about Frankfort Kentucky
Kentucky's Capitol Building and a welcome sign
Kentucky's Capitol Building and a welcome sign
Kentucky's Capitol Building
The Kentucky River as seen from a parking lot.
The river
river
Kentucky's Capitol Building - as seen from across the street
Kentucky's Capitol Building
Kentucky's Capitol Building
Kentucky's Capitol Building is the fourth permanent building since statehood in 1792. It was built to replace the earlier 1830 Capitol, still standing in Downtown Frankfort.
Kentucky's Capitol Building
Kentucky's Capitol Building
sign about Franklin County
A Flower Clock near the Capitol Building
A Flower Clock
A Flower Clock
The face of this colorful flowering clock is 34 feet across and it is planted with thousands of plants.
A Flower Clock
plaque about the Flower Clock
The back side of the flower clock
The back side of the flower clock
Karen Duquette at the flower clock in Frankfort, Kentucky - October 6, 2011
Karen Duquette at the flower clock in Frankfort, Kentucky
Karen Duquette at the flower clock in Frankfort, Kentucky
A bit of fall colors - it is still about 2 weeks from full fall color
A bit of fall colors
A bit of fall colors
Karen Duquette and a U.S. Navy plaque
Karen Duquette and a U.S. Navy plaque
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Kentucky's Capital City and Capitol Building
Kentucky's Natural Bridge and Sky Lift
Red River Gorge
Zipline

Nada Tunnel
stand-off

Josephine Sculpture Park

Kentucky Vietnam
Veterans Memorial

U.S. Marine Corp.
history
Daniel Boone's
grave site
Louisville, KY and
the Mega Cavern
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