John and I have visited the Daniel Boone home several times in the past, and about 4 years ago I wrote a couple of postings on it. At that time an historic village was starting to be constructed around that time; one of the first buildings was the old Peace Chapel, which I wrote about. We read in the newspaper that more buildings had been brought into the village, so we decided to take another trip out there and see what was new. John and I arrived at just about the time for a tour of the Nathan Boone mansion, where Daniel spent his last years. Our guide this time gave us quite an extensive review of Boone's life, so in many ways repeating a tour of the house was not a bad idea at all. It was also interesting that some of the things in the past which were said, for example, about the features of the house, were not mentioned this time at all. Our guide explained at the beginning of our tour that some things that were thought to be true before had been discovered not to be valid. Following the tour of the house we then took a guided tour of the village.