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SCENIC ADAIR CO, KY: Intrepid Explorers Discover Town Creek

2006-03-30 - Town Creek, three blocks from the Courthouse, Columbia, Adair County, KY - Photo Granddad Ed Waggener. BOY COUNTRY: They were awed by the forest on town creek, and christened the home of their grandmother Plunkrock House. They decided to make it their old Columbia home and live there when in Adair County. Framed by a catalpa which decided it wants to become a natural bridge over Town Creek, are our favorite grandsons, Graham, left, and Evan. The tiny 100th of an acre woods is home to myrtle, a few daffodils, a number of grundoon, plenty of rabbits, and an occasional garter snake to make things interesting. One year it was a nursery for a doe and two fawns. A high south wall of trees of heaven hide it from Guthrie Street. A few minnows and tadpoles, turtles, and crawdads have returned since a underground storage gas leak on Jamestown ST or Russell RD was cleaned up a decade or so ago. Some will be caught when these guys return. No story. Clicking ReadMore accesses Travel Guide and more Scenic Adair County photos.

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