Today I visited the Audubon Museum, located in the John James Audubon State Park, in Henderson, Kentucky. I spent and enjoyable, but sweaty, couple of hours there:
“Most of the time I wandered the trails that wind through the 335-acres nature preserve portion of the park. Audubon spent from 1810-1819 living in Henderson (the town that wraps around the park) and roaming the woods in search of birds and other wildlife to sketch and paint. One presumes he walked some of this same area, but there’s nothing in the brochures that offer that fact.”
If you want to read and see more, you’ll have to jump over to HikeThru, my hiking blog for details and pictures of my trek through the Kentucky woods.