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A bit of sky therapy from Dividing Ridge



2020-03-25 - Adair/Cumberland/Metcalfe Counties, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com.
The look up, up, up to the top of the old Breeding, KY Renox Fire Tower ended in beautiful blue sky and puffy clouds last week. Weather reports say maybe that will return today with partial clearing from the recent days of rain. It will be welcomed. The tower is no longer in use by the Kentucky Division of Forestry. It's located directly over the intersection where Adair, Cumberland and Metcalfe Counties meet. Some say you can see from Burkesville to Edmonton to Sparksville from the Dividing Ridge Road tower.

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