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Grand Daddy Cliff can be seen looking across Goode Bottoms

Grand Daddy Cliff can be found today, one who has stood atop it says.
Comments re article 83034 MIKE WATSON discovers A Natural Spectacular Scene

By Don Neat

When my mother was a small girl, she could stand on her front porch, look across Goode Bottoms, and view the Grand Daddy Cliff.

Local rumors of yesteryear say that before the dam was built, a team from University of Kentucky set up an archeological dig on the cliff.

The team concluded that native Indians used the cliff, especially the point that overlooks Green River and Goode Bottoms, as a lookout for travelers on Green River.

I've had the privilege to stand on top of that point and view the river and bottoms before Mother Nature reclaimed her own. Yes, it most definitely can be found today! Thanks, Don Neat --Don Neat

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