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Greater Bliss: Where does one get cow size blinders?

This morning the light poles came in for the interchange lighting. The Greater Bliss Inn, across the street in Columbia, Sleep Inn Motel is getting its second floor. And our Hardee's is under construction.
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By Victoria Pike
Greater Bliss correspondent

Lots going on in the neighborhood today.

This morning the poles arrived for the new lights around the interchange and lines are currently being dug for the electricity to run the new 4000 watt lights.

On the other corner we have the ground work being done for the new Hardee's restaurant and up from a that the second story of the new motel is going on.

The girls don't know their world is about to change. All for the good, I am sure, but it sure will be an adjustment for Kenny Buck and little Peanut sleeping in the daylight.

Greater Bliss is in for big changes in the next weeks and all good I am sure.

Just not sure how Kenny Buck and little Peanut and Popcorn are going to feel about it.

Does anyone know where we might pick up some cow size blinders so the girls can get a good nights rest? Miss Victoria

This story was posted on 2015-11-23 17:23:51
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Tommy-Mike-Terry, LLC have second story on their hotel

2015-11-23 - Holladay Place, Columbia, KY - Photo by Miss Victoria Pike, Greater Bliss, KY.
Miss Victoria writes of so much going in Greater Bliss, including the Second Story of the new Sleep Inn Hotel at this stage of construction on Monday, November 23, 2015. On the other side of Holladay Place, a Hardee's Restaurant is rising. In addition the poles for the half-a-million dollar lights at the Interchange at the Cumberland Parkway and KY 61 have arrived, sending Miss Victoria scampering for blinders for the stock at Miss Victoria's Pampered Angus Ranch, with 24 hour daylight conditions soon to become a reality.

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