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Charles Marshburn submits visionary proposal

Comments re article 47151 Fairplay KY resident wants to know extent of nearby sinkhole

Charles Marshburn writes:
As a fine, upstanding member of this community, I think you should undertake the task of setting up a field trip to the sinkhole perhaps with the aid of Mr. Fudge. I would go along for the education. The ball is in your court. --Charles Marshburn
What an idea! Thanks for a capital idea for bringing Culture & Enlightenment to Adair County, PLUS busloads of Canadian Tourists. You have made, we're sure, a friend for life in Sue Stivers. And, as an aside, may I put you down as a prospective pallbearer. (No time soon as I know, but no one else has accepted.) -EW

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Kentucky Color: Two Miles of Sinkhole

2011-10-01 - Columbia at Greater Fairplay Line, District 3, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
Billy Joe Fudge writes: This view is looking from the Northern rim of Adair County's Largest Sinkhole, more than two miles to the Southern rim. Near the center of the photo between the wires, Hwy 704 can be seen climbing up and out of the sinkhole plain. To the left, on top of the wires and on the horizon the Outback-style home of Adair County inventor, Rollen Coomer can be seen. As to a tour of this great and massive geological structure, we should schedule this excursion after chiggers have gone dormant.

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