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Scenic Adair County: Yellow Season. Daffodils brighten downtown Bliss

2006-03-13 - Downtown Bliss, Adair CO, KY - Photo Linda. The bright yellow, dark green season has arrived a little early this year, brightened by daffodils in full bloom and with forsythia approaching its peak. These daffodils adorn the fence corner on Kenneth Scott's Bliss beef cattle farm. at the corner of Edmonton and G.B. Bardin Roads. At this time of the year, the Scott farms have some of the prettiest daffodil arrangements in Adair County. Especially pretty are the chevron of the flowers on original family homestead, the Jack and Beatrice Rogers Scott place, across the blacktop from Elk Creek Angus on West KY 80. To see two related photos of old Bliss store, Click Here; and Click Here No story. Clicking ReadMore access Travel Guide and Scenic Adair County.

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