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Towering Tree: Sign from Heaven, to Paradise - Paradise Lane
Album: The Towering Tree. Click on headline for introduction and photo(s)
Old Coddger brought reality back from whimsy, suggesting said the towering tree seen from Veterans Bypass doesn't have a reason why, it just is.. But is it, just is?
The Towering Tree, noticed for so long by travelers along the Adair Veterans Memorial Bypass and on Greensburg Street, Kentucky, is now a much better documented landmark, since curiosity got the best of Mike Sneed, who explored every inch of where it looked like it would be until he found it - in his backyard.
A charming coincidence, the arrow of the crown points down from the Heavens to Paradise on Earth for some fortunate Adair Countians - Paradise Lane, in the hidden residential development off Lampton Lane, and cut off from The Pines of Lindsey Wilson by Columbia International Airport.
Lorene Martens, whose home on Bluegrass Drive affords an easy view of the Towering Tree, sent some photos, which are now attached to this introduction, along with links to stories which may be necessary.
This story was posted on 2012-06-16 07:11:42
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