Pondering Kentucky: The Magazine, Issue 26, 1992
Project: Glen Bastin's Pondering Kentucky Oral History Project
Interview SummaryKent Sweeney, Rick Drake, and Ray Guthrie speak about Derby State Shows and running events like the state expo.
Carl Dills discusses carnival ride inspections in the state of Kentucky.
Bastin visits Fort Boonesborough where he speaks with Helen Dykes about its history and George Jurison about the toy shop and historical toys at the fort.
Brad Barrows talks about hot air ballooning while he and Bastin participate in a hot air balloon race.
Bastin talks about John Bozarth and the formation of some of the counties in Kentucky.
Bastin ends the issue by speaking with Minister Don Delafield about his work as a counseling minister and playing his recorded sermon about AIDS and safe sex.
Bill Edd Wheeler
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