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Feedback: Gordon Crump is treasured Adair Countian

To the editor, CM

I just came across the article about my dear friend, Gordon Crump. I am one of Gordon's many internet friends, though I have had the pleasure of visiting with him in person many times. Gordon does Kentucky proud. In fact, Gordon is many a people's "go to man" when it comes to questions about relocating to KY, goats, history and what is the best thing to have for breakfast at the Clay Ridge Deli! As for walking helping to keep him limber, "Hermit" has climbed over hill and dale helping me find just the perfect piece of Kentucky for me and my family and has cleared brush, chopped trees, and dug garden beds with us. Gordon Crump truly is a "treasured Adair Countian"

Chris Roberson
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This story was posted on 2007-03-02 10:40:35
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