Cameron Ludwick, left, and Blair Thomas Hess are friends who traveled together across Kentucky to write My Old Kentucky Road Trip and will sign copies at the Kentucky Book Fair on Saturday.

Photo by Elliott Hess
Cameron Ludwick, left, and Blair Thomas Hess are friends who traveled together across Kentucky to write My Old Kentucky Road Trip and will sign copies at the Kentucky Book Fair on Saturday. Photo by Elliott Hess
Cameron Ludwick, left, and Blair Thomas Hess are friends who traveled together across Kentucky to write My Old Kentucky Road Trip and will sign copies at the Kentucky Book Fair on Saturday. Photo by Elliott Hess

Lexington writing duo's 'My Old Kentucky Road Trip' encourages travel with detours for moccasins

November 09, 2015 02:23 PM

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