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Enjoy Kentucky's State Parks

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by: Richard Pollock (dad) & Steve Pollock (son)
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Publication Date: August 4, 2022
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 89
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Color
ISBN: 9798885674706
$17.50

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Book Synopsis
This book may be read in its entirety or its two parts. Part One is a concise history of the Kentucky State Parks to honor the upcoming 100th anniversary of its founding in 1925. Part Two describes how five generations of the Pollock family have enjoyed the Parks. We call this book Kentucky’s Special Green Spaces. Visit the State Parks, and you will understand how special these areas are for the human soul to celebrate God’s creation.

We love going to the Kentucky State Parks to feel at home in different locations and settings. Whether on vacation, family reunions, camping, or on day trips, time at the Parks allows us to experience many things we value about our permanent homes. The staff at the Parks do a great job of making it possible to feel safe, enjoy good food, relax at the pool, build memories through different activities, and appreciate the natural beauty of our state.

Five generations of our family have enjoyed our State's greatest treasure, its State Parks. Our book focuses on the experience of the three most recent generations, Steve’s parents (Richard and Sue Pollock) and their kids (Steve and Anne), Steve’s family (wife Betsy and our five daughters), and our daughter’s families.

This period roughly represents the years 1950 – 2021.

We honor those who have led the Kentucky State Parks since 1924. We are just a few years away from celebrating the 100th anniversary of the system, and we hope that this book, in its way, contributes to good feelings about the Parks.

We hope our stories encourage you to take your family to a Kentucky State Park.
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