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SCENIC ADAIR COUNTY: Breeding High School

2006-02-28 - Independence Ridge RD, Breeding, Adair CO, KY - Photo Linda Waggener. It's been over 50 years since classes were held at Breeding High School. Over the years, we've noticed an almost universal statement from Breeding alumni when they return to it, after years away, to pay homage. "It's not as big as I remember it." But that thought fades as their memories flood back. The beautifully aging gray wood and the delightful thicket surrounding the old schoolhouse evoke a world of memories for those who went there. Restoration, if it were economically feasible, might be nice, but this Adair County shrine is being accorded an equally dignified respect as it is left, unbothered, to work its own magic transformations, adding mystery, holding memories. No story. Clicking ReadMore accesses more Scenic Adair County and the Travel Guide.
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