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Strange Things from South End of Adair Co., KY

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By Judy Grant

The accompanying album is of strange things I've noticed.

First, there's an old washing machine we found in an old building on property my dad had purchased awhile back. I wanted to show it before we haul it off for junk.


Secondly, there's a photo of a really old Pepsi bottle.

A third photo is of an old movie projector.

Finally, there's a really weird one: Two mum bushes blooming in June!

Now what does that tell you? All the photos were taken this year, 2011. -Judy Grant


This story was posted on 2011-06-29 12:42:25
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Strange Things: Old Washing Machine



2011-06-29 - Cundiff, KY - Photo by Judy Grant.
Judy Grant wanted to share this photo of a strange old washing machine with readers of CM before junking it.

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Strange Things: Old Pepsi Bottle



2011-06-29 - Cundiff, KY - Photo by Judy Grant.
Among the strange things Judy Grant has uncovered is this old Pepsi bottle.

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Strange Things: Old movie projector



2011-06-29 - Cundiff, KY - Photo by Judy Grant.
An old movie projector caught Judy Grant's attention when she was fossicking around an old storage shed at her home, on property owned by her father.

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Strange Things: Mums bloomng in early June



2011-06-29 - Cundiff, KY - Photo by Judy Grant.
"Two mum bushes blooming in June. The weirdest thing of all," Judy Grant says.She asks "What does that tell you?" The photo was taken on June 23, 2011.

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