10 Undeniable Things You’ll Find In Every Kentucky Home
Living in Kentucky means you typically have the pleasure of getting four distinct seasons every year, plus there’s a variety of terrains in the Bluegrass State. Because of this, we have to be prepared for regularly encountering unique situations. That means there’s always items tucked away in closets, under beds, in the attic, or in the garage…just in case. This list of items you might find in homes in Kentucky is based more on Kentuckians in rural areas, but a lot of them apply to city dwellers as well!
Here are ten things that living in Kentucky means you likely own:
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Some of these things may be common items in any home in the South, but they’re just about guaranteed in homes in Kentucky. There are some other things that appear in lots of homes: feel free to add suggestions in the comments. What other relatable things about Kentucky can you think of?
Kentucky is filled with amazing scenery and all kinds of ecosystems. I mean, we’ve got the highs of the Appalachian Mountains and the lows of the Mammoth Cave! Speaking of the Mammoth Cave, did you know it’s the longest cave system in the entire world? It’s got 400 miles of known passageways, and more are being discovered constantly. If you’re not a fan of caves, how about the Daniel Boone National Forest? At over 700,000 acres, it’s massive!
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