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Sunday, November 25, 2012


On a little day trip with "The Girls" a few weeks ago, we came upon a place called "PUNKYVILLE"

We met this wonderful, kind gentleman nicknamed "PUNKY".  For years, he has been re-creating a town on his large property of the "GOOD OLE DAYS".  He has been collecting for years and has one the most extensive collections of Antiques I have ever seen in one place.

Each  building is filled with antiques and set up like it would have been it those days.  So much hard work and detail has been put into this "little town" that Mr. Punky loves.

Each business was so unique!  The Dr.'s dentist was  unreal.  Period dental instruments, chairs, medicine, such a sight of interest to see.  The farmer/traders bldg was awesome too.

This jail and Justice of the Peace was neat.  There were two original sets of bar cages and door from a real jail  in that time period.  Also on the property, were a POST OFFICE, and a CHURCH.  I LOVED the inside of the CHURCH.  Unfortunately, my camera went dead before I could take more pics!

Mr. Punky told us girls, a film production company was coming the next day to look at his little town to possibly use some of the buildings/scenes for a christian film.  He was so pleased!
If you are ever in Kentucky on Rte 27, South of Falmouth , you will run into PUNKYVILLE!  It was very cold the day we stopped in, and I would have loved to linger more.....

At the Famous SPARE TIME DINER on Rte 27 in Kentucky.  The "girls" and I had a wonderful fun day!  Have a blessed week!      From one sweetie to another~~~~Roxie


  1. great pictures roxie i love america being there many times specially i love the country life...blessings from soraya

  2. This is a kind of outdoor museum? It seems very nice to be around. Except at the dentist ... not fun. The last photo shows you fun and cosiness. Beautiful women so together!

  3. Thanks for sharing your little journey, awesome.

  4. I love seeing other towns in my beautiful state of Kentucky! I've never heard of Punkyville but you best believe I'm going to look it up now! :) Thanks for sharing!

  5. The water tower reminds me of the one on Petticoat Junction! Great little place, just love people that have the passion to do something like that. Sounds like a fun day!

  6. Dear Roxie - this looks like my kind of place and I agree with Ann above - Petticoat Junction - thanks for sharing. Hope I can travel again to Kentucky and check this special spot out. Love the picture of you and your friends. Looks like everyone had a great time!
    Take care dear friend and have a blessed day.

  7. Oh Roxie, so wonderful....enjoyed the pictures of the sweet little place....looks like a great time had by all.....Blessings Francine.

  8. Hi Roxie, thanks for sharing your outing with us. This is such a great little place. I'll bet he has school children touring often.
    I love how you embrace life and live it to the fullest. Best wishes to you and to your girlfriends.
    Your blogging sister, Connie :)

  9. What an awesome place-I hope his film comes through so more people can see it! It's obvious it's a labor of love for him. I love Kentucky and next time through I will just HAVE TO stop and visit him.

  10. How neat!! Looks like such fun place to visit!! Have a wonderful week! xo Heather

  11. My gosh! That is just so fun and neat! I really hope some day that I may visit, but you are such a sweety for sharing your visit!. Mr Punky sounds like a really wonderful person. Glad you and the girls had a great time.

  12. What a cool spot to stop and see. The pics are great too. Glad you had fun with your girls!

  13. That is so cool! There was a guy on American Pickers that had a little town like that...I don't think it was the same one ~ but wow! What a great find you all got to visit :) thanks for the trip tip!!

  14. Wow, what a neat thing to see. I want to come to Kentucky someday. I have always heard how pretty it is. Maybe someday......

  15. Ooooo! I would love to visit.

    I love your blog. Thanks for visiting me and listening to my rantings.

    Can't wait to see what your next adventure is!


  16. Hi Roxie! This looks like such a fun place to explore. Wish I still lived in Cincinnati. We could do some site seeing together. What a fun way to begin my day. Hugs!