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Kentucky Color: Immersed in the World of Hemlock Cove

It's a seldom seen, underappreciated spot of almost mystical beauty
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By Billy Joe Fudge

Hemlock carries a mystical almost supernatural persona. Hemlock can live to 800 years of age and a sapling no bigger than a man's ankle can sometimes be 200 years old still living in the deep, cool shade of the dense Hemlock canopy.

One has never truly experienced the Presence of Nature until he has been immersed in the world of Hemlock Cove. - Billy Joe Fudge



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Kentucky Color: Is there dark secret in Hemlock Cove?



2012-02-01 - South Adair Co., near Inroad, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.

Beautiful, deep dark mysterious: "One can't help but believe that a land, dark, deep, and mysterious lies behind the sun drenched Hemlock draped over Burn's Creek," Billy Joe Fudge says of this seldom seen natural treasure in Adair County in Greater Inroad, South Adair County in District 3, off Fairplay Road/Kentucky 704, Columbia, KY.

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Kentucky Color: Inside Hemlock Cove Forest Cathedral



2012-02-01 - South Adair Co., near Inroad, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.
Senses heightened within forest sanctuary - Standing just inside Hemlock Cove, my senses seem to be heightened as the sounds of falling water, breezes fluttering around rocky outcroppings and shadows dancing across hill and valley titillate my very soul," Billy Joe Fudge writes of a secret place he's long known, and shares in this Kentucky Color.

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