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Awaiting picture after report from Heart of TX of Bear at Egypt

Bear sightings in Adair County gone nationwide, as we are hearing from all over: From Texas, from Fayette County, and Egypt and Zion, KY

We have received word from Big Al Owens, the Big Rig Trucker as he was headed for Waco, then Brownsville, TX, pulling for the H & O Outfit of Campbellsville, KY, that a Bear has been sighted at Egypt. After finding Hooters in Waco, and eating there - first things first, he says - he said he would transmit a picture of the bear, which he thinks may be littler than the Bear that Alice Curry captured on her cell phone sitting at a mailbox on Brockman Road, in Egypt.

When he called he had just passed Carl's Corner, headed south, and paid homage to Willie Nelson.

The bear picture will be posted as soon as we can get to it. In the meantime, we're linking Alice Curry's picture to compare when the Bear at Egypt photo arrives from somewhere on the road in Texas. - EW

This story was posted on 2015-06-08 15:11:33
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