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Scenic Adair County: A place in Roley

2006-08-17 - Roley, Adair County, KY - Photo Ed Waggener. Roley, Kentucky, is a place that where you want to be after you've done what needs to be done and you are looking for a place to appreciate it all, ponder, think big thoughts, and just thank God for places like Roley. Bill Sears, an incomer to Roley in 1988, an emigrant from Campbellsville, is deep in thought in one of the prettiest places in Adair County, Mill Creek. The beautiful home in the background belongs to Ed and Jennifer Peterson. This point is about 21 miles from Columbia, according to Jobe Darnell, head of the Adair County Roads Department. To get to Roley, take KY 55 north from the Square, then KY 551 through Egypt and Knifley, then, at the outskirts of Roley, take a left on to Casey Creek Road, then make a left onto Roley-Yuma Road. Travel on, but ask directions often if you don't have a GPS or a good phone. It's gorgeous country, but Down Countians can get lost here.
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