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Scenic Adair CO, KY: Looking across town, up Bliss Hill

2006-04-13 - Bliss, Adair CO, KY - Photo Ed Waggener. The view from the farm of Kenneth Scott is one of most beautiful rural scenes anywhere. The location is approximately 1.75 miles out the Edmonton Road/KY 80, which in this scene traverses Bliss, crosses tbe Bliss Bridge, and tops Bliss Hill. On the right across the bridge is the home and some of the barns on the farm of the late Frank Holladay, one of the most industrious and prosperous farmers ever in the valley. This view looks over the town of Bliss, which Kenneth Scott bought back in 1993. The photo is taken from high on the hill in one Mr. Scott's north pasture fields. No story. Clicking Read More accesses the Travel Guide and more Scenic Adair County photos.
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