A waterfall in southern Kentucky is named after a Kentucky native, and the country’s most beautiful waterfall has a local legend.
Kentucky Falls is named for the city of West Point, Kentucky, which is where the waterfall originates.
It was named after Capt. James “Joey” Thomas, a West Point graduate who served as the commander of the West Point Naval Station from 1885 to 1886.
Thomas, who was known for his rugged exterior and his “boots on the ground” demeanor, was nicknamed the “Waterman” by his men.
In the 1800s, Thomas began to enjoy the Niagara Falls in southern West Virginia, and soon the Falls were a popular tourist attraction for many.
The Falls were so popular that some tourists had to resort to using their own watercraft to navigate them.
The waterfalls have become a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, and locals have created a custom made water fountain that is dedicated to Thomas.
In honor of the Falls, Thomas’ family named a water park after him.
The West Point Historical Society created a replica of Thomas’ water park to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the official opening of the water park.
The West Point Falls Water Park is a three-day event that includes a guided tour of the site, and includes a waterfall, a horseshoe bridge, a water slide, a fountain, a miniature golf course and a mini roller coaster.
The family-run West Point Water Park was designed by Thomas and has become a great tourist attraction, but it has been a source of controversy with some locals.
One resident, a retired military man, told local television station WYFF-TV that the park’s name is disrespectful and disrespectful to the fallen soldiers.
The park has become one of the more contentious water parks in the United States, and in 2014, the Kentucky legislature passed a resolution to change the name.
A new name was proposed for the park, but the resolution passed the Kentucky Senate by a vote of 36-2.
However, the House of Representatives also passed the resolution, and a similar resolution is currently being considered by the Kentucky House of Delegates.
The controversy surrounding the name controversy has led to several lawsuits, including one filed by a man named Mark Mancini.
Mancini says that the name “Thomas Falls” was disrespectful and that it’s “incredibly disrespectful to his family.”
The West Virginia native says that his family’s name was changed to Thomas Falls after the war because of the fact that Thomas was a U.S. Navy pilot.
In 2014, a local resident complained about the name change and called the park to complain.
The Kentucky Park Board responded to the complaints, but did not change the original name.
The park is still named Thomas Falls, and many locals say the name is just a way to avoid a lawsuit.
Kentuckians for Thomas Falls petition has collected more than 70,000 signatures to have the name changed.
In response, the West Virginia House of Deputies voted to change it to Thomas W. Thomas Falls.