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Kentucky Color: Survivalist Red Cedar

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By Billy Joe Fudge

I was thinking that Columbia Magazine just cannot go through one day without at least a couple of photos and I knew the ones which would be perfect. This Eastern Red Cedar overlooking Russell Creek just downstream from the Green Hills Road Bridge is an exemplar to the idea that conditions need not be perfect for one to be successful. -Billy Joe Fudge

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Kentucky Color: Survivalist Red Cedar Tree over Russell Creek

2012-01-30 - Russell Creek near Greenhills Road Bridge, Columbia, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
Tree with craw full of grit: We've always heard about individuals of which it is said that "you could set'em on a rock and they would survive" and this beautiful Cedar proves that it is possible. With a set jaw, a glass half full attitude and a craw full of grit we can all, not only make it, but prosper.

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