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On Opening Day: Barnetts Crk. Rd. Bridge over Sapp Creek

2017-07-17 - Near the Intersection of Scott Hill Road and Barnetts Creek Road - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Great minds in synch: When the news crew made an expedition to pay proper homage to Adair County Road Superintendent Terry Corbin & Crew's latest bridge, they were met by Bill Aldridge and his mother Jackie Aldridge and Pansy, in the foreground. It was a good time to see the bridge and the span, we've learned from BJ Hagy, over Sapp Creek. (Many townies will argue whether it was named for Doug or Donald - we'd think Avanell; but won't mention that; BJ Hagy is strict about keeping accurate history about the place.) And it will be a good place to visit because there's still a delightful visitors' pull off on the left with room for an impromptu picnic set up, while it's still available. - EW

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