Not very far away from the farmette resides a little piece of history in the shape of tipis.
Built in 1937, the Wigwam Village Hotel is still in use today. For about $70 dollars a night you can rest in the luxury of the original hickory and cane furnishings, with a private bath.
Originally seven Wigwam Villages were built across the country. Frank A. Redford patented the design in 1936. Today, only three remain. One here in Kentucky, one in Holbrook Arizona, and one in Rialto, California.
Secret Agent Farmer Man told me he stayed here as a kid.
I am jealous.
I might have to take corrective action.