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Global Wildlife Center in Folsom, Louisiana

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Last month I was able to get up close and personal with wildlife. Did I fly to Africa and travel by Jeep into the heart of the Serengeti?

No.

I went to Louisiana to visit my brother and his wife. While there, we drove to the small town of Folsom where the human population is listed as 716 according to the 2010 census. However, should you count the animals at Global Wildlife Center, which is in Folsom, that number would grow by at least 4,000.

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Ave Maria Grotto in Cullman, Alabama

Situated among the lush wooded hills of Cullman, Alabama, lies a world of miniature creations carefully crafted of recycled materials. Built by Brother Joseph Zoettl, it was dedicated on May 17, 1934 and named Ave Maria Grotto. It is visited by more than 35,000 people every year.

Walk around the park-like path and you will see miniature shrines, abbeys, basilicas, Herod’s Gate, Noah’s Ark, a dragon, and other eclectic works of art.

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Nine Things To Do in Paducah

Nine things to do in Paducah, Kentucky during Quilt Week and any other time you find yourself in the Quilt City. Is your favorite listed? Paducah is a fun, charming little city that can easily be explored in a couple of days.  You should visit and see why it was named the World’s 7th City …

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