Niki and Dusty Green Explore Danville Kentucky
Our first full day in Danville was gonna be a busy one to be sure, but it began on the mild side – with a cup of coffee and a breakfast sandwich at this great little coffeehouse on Main Street called The Hub. (It’s always so cool going into a small town and finding a hip, casual and quirky coffee shop where you can get a fine cup of java and sit, read a book, surf the web or just people watch.) We met the RV gang and our local contacts, and sat around a table and talked about the day ahead.
We decided we’d get started on a tour of Danville at the place where Kentucky itself was started. Kentucky was born in Danville after all, at a place now called Constitution Square, which is the site of the signing of Kentucky’s constitution back in 1792. We met there with local historian Carolyn Crabtree, who gave us a quick run-down on the history of the site and a tour of the replica buildings that had been built to capture the look and feel of those historic days gone by. We also got locked in the old jail there for a few minutes. The folks said they weren’t gonna let us out until we declared Danville KY the Best of the Road winner.
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