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One Trail Town entry to Russell Creek not very accessible

2019-07-11 - Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
One of the two designated Trail Town entries to Russell Creek in Columbia is lined with these pretty wildflowers - entry is not real visible - not real accessible. Trail Town volunteers have asked that the City Parks & Recreation Department take over the entity for its future development. The volunteers did the work of getting Adair County certified and now the next steps to develop inviting, easy to recognize public places need to be planned and carried out. (PS: While at this beautiful Queen Anne's Lace and Cornflower patch by Russell Creek, in addition to the picture, the photographer gained a number of Chigger bites. Next time I enjoy traveling the City's scenic Waterworks Street, I'm not getting out of the car unless it's nicely mowed or it's winter.)

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