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William Feese: Sulphur Springs Road - A drive worth taking

By William Feese

Sulphur Springs Road from North Highway 61 towards Pollards Chapel is a drive worth taking. For approximately two miles both sides of the road are mowed to perfection as illustrated in the two random photos which accompany this introduction.

For over 30 years I have driven this road and want to thank the residents/property owners for the enhanced beauty and safety they provide by taking pride in their property and community. - William Feese




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Sulphur Springs Road - A drive worth taking - I



2018-08-17 - East of Clay Ridge, Adair County, KY - Photo by William Feese.

Sulphur Springs Road from North Highway 61 towards Pollards Chapel is a drive worth taking. For approximately two miles both sides of the road are mowed to perfection as illustrated above. - William Feese

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Sulphur Springs Road - A drive worth taking - II



2018-08-17 - East of Clay Ridge, Adair County, KY - Photo by William Feese.

For over 30 years I have driven this road and want to thank the residents/property owners for the enhanced beauty and safety they provide by taking pride in their property and community. - William Feese

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