Category: Restaurant

Testing Out the “Best BBQ”

Take Life on the Road is proud to include great food stops on all our tours. But not all meals are included in your tour package pricing in order to accommodate wide variations in tastes, appetites, and budgets.   Although you’ll be on your…

Feast of the Hunters’ Moon

Each year at Fort Ouiatenon Historic Park, thousands of re-enactors from all over the country gather for this two-day festival and “civilians” like us can participate, too. The past is yours to savor at the Feast of the Hunters’ Moon. At this historical reenactment,…

Kentucky Arts and Crafts

Whether you choose to tour the gallery exhibitions or just peruse the eclectic retail shop, you will find unique items from Kentucky craftspeople and artisans. In each case, you will discover information about the artisans, their materials, and the processes they use to make…

Old Town Amish Store

When Berea, Kentucky isn’t a full-day tour stop, we always try to at least stop here. Often, we’ll grab a box lunch to eat on the way. A visit to the store is a treat for the senses, especially with the smells of fresh-baked…

A Town Built in a Crater

Situated in downtown Middlesboro, a town of about 10,000 people with its own interesting history. Built entirely in the basin of a giant meteor crater, it lies 1 mile west of the Cumberland Gap and sits directly between the Appalachians and the Cumberland Mountains….