Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Best "ghost sign" I've ever seen!
Paducah, KY is on the come back trail, I hope. After a long industrial past, the town is the center of a growing arts and touring destination, especially for people who enjoy or take part in, the textile arts.
I loved walking the main streets of the downtown, with many restored old store fronts from the various eras; many are in the process.
There is an entire museum dedicated to quilting; the art and workmanship makes this attractive to all but the tiniest children. My husband enjoyed it. No photography allowed inside the museum, or I would show some examples.
Paducah was fun.
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