PARKSVILLE — Watermelon, water, grass and a place to park their wagons were all some people needed to stop for the night.
Junie Boyd made his farm on Harberson Lane home to 34 wagons and their riders Wednesday night.
The wagon train stopped at Boyd's farm on its way to way to Renfro Valley. This is the fourth year riders have stopped at Boyd's, and Lawrenceburg resident Charlie "C.J." Brown said it's the hospitality and the good grass that keep them coming back each year.
Brown is a member of the Kentucky Trail Blazers, a club that enjoys wagon rides and raising horses. From April to October, members go on as many as two or three wagon rides a month, including a week-long ride that takes them through Danville before reaching Renfro Valley for its Harvest Festival.
This wagon ride will last as many as 19 days for some of the riders, longer if the weather doesn't cooperate.