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Kentucky Color - X marks the spot
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By Billy Joe Fudge
for Homeplace on Green River
What a treasure we have in our midst at Homeplace on Green River/Tebbs Bend Nature and Recreation Area.
Take the Beaver Pond Loop from the Homeplace Trailhead, past the Animal Boneyard, the massive Sassafras (Root Beer)Tree and the Sequoia sized Slippery Elm to where X marks the spot.
Until you've lost your breath on the bank of a Beaver Pond in the calm of mid-day with a still wet Beaver slid at your feet, you have not the credentials to pontificate about the meaning of life.
The silence will simply overwhelm while Mr. Red Tail Hawk circles overhead during your quest to experience nature's ultimate dam-building engineers, with nary a ripple, gently brush the Creator's canvas.
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