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Puzzle: who knows the name of the road the drinker traveled?

A boy who grew up in the 50s not far from here tells this story from his home community:
"An older neighbor was known to enjoy his drink. He would imbibe pretty regularly and often he would not show up until the next morning.

Once at home, his family would ask if he'd slept the night before, and he'd always say with a smile, 'oh, I slept just fine, right between Christine and Ella.'"
Who can provide the name of the road he'd traveled?

(Heard this story for truth -- LW)
Comments and Answers
  1. Carol Goodin Parker - Answers name of road quiz correctly - Hwy 206, or Liberty Road between Columbia, KY and Liberty, KY.
Thanks, Carol, this is a favorite story told by Jim Richards who grew up in the Garlin community with his brother Jody. His family knew the communities up Liberty Road, Hwy 206 in Adair County, were named Christine and Ella so the neighbor who'd had a little too much to drink had just slept by the side of the road.



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