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Big Buck spotted in Green County


2016-09-29 - Green County, KY - Photo by Don Neat.
Don Neat spotted this handsome Whitetail Deer, a 10-point buck in Green County, KY, recently. He writes, "I hope he makes it through the season."

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Sunlight backlights flowers just right when sun & rain combine


2016-09-29 - Cane Valley, Adair County, KY - Photo by Robert Ellis (c).
Took this picture Tuesday night when it was raining and sunshine combined. The sky had a golden/pinkish hue to it and backlighted the flowers just right; that coupled with the rain. - Robert Ellis

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Cruising landmark from ACHS 1972 landmark


2016-09-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo from the display table, Class of 1972 44th year reunion, submitted by Sheila Grant Neat.
An ad displayed at the 2016, 44th Year Class Reunion, ACHS class of 1972, included ad above for the Jim Dandy drive-in restaurant, at "the corner of Tutt & Hwy 55." Today is is the location of the Super America convenient store. The Jim Dandy is now only a very fond memory, but in 1972, very much a landmark at cruising time.

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Cruising landmark, 1972: The Circle R


2016-09-29 - Columbia, KY - Photo from the display table, Class of 1972 44th year reunion.
An ad displayed at the 2016, 44th Year Class Reunion, ACHS class of 1972, included ad above for the Circle R Restaurant, at 714 Russell Road, Columbia, KY. It's still in business, but is no longer a Drive-In and would be next to impossible to "Cruise" today.

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Yearbook Ads ACHS of 1972 - A point along the Cruising Route


2016-09-29 - Downtown, Columbia, KY - Photo from the display table, Class of 1972 44th year reunion.
Cruising in Columbia took a fairly standard route, always including a trip around the Public Square, always past this landmark, Collins Corner Drug, now the Flower Garden, and then a building which housed the David Wells Insurance Agency. Then is was up Jamestown Hill, to Russell Road, to circle the Circle R, then back to Jamestown Street and a left to circle the Jim Dandy Drive In, and then either a trip to the Square and repeat repeatedly, or; a variation from the Jim Dandy, across Tutt Street to the Burkesville and north to the Square for repeated cruises. The photo is from the 1972 ACHS Yearbook, submitted by Sheila Grant Neat.- EW

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