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Wildflowers of KY: Coneflower amid Queen Annes Lace


2014-07-23 - Allen Schoolhouse Road, Adair County, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
Queen Anne's Lace is extraordinarly beautiful in late even sunlight, especially when a little coneflower is mixed in, as it is in random roadside bouquets along Adair County byways this time of year. Never tried it, but the Wikipedia entry Daucus Carota has a paragraph about changing the color of the white flowers of Queen Anne's lace by putting the stems in colored water, letting the flowers take on the color of the water. Many of us remember, that, as kids, the flowers were allowed in the house because they'd carry bugs with them. Interestingly, this same article cites a conflict in agriculture: The plant, the article says, has proven beneficial to tomato production and is a beneficial weed. On the other hand, a powerful bureacracy, the USDA, lists it as a noxious week, and a pest in pastures, according to the Wikipedia entry. - CM

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Spencer Claypool, Logan Coomer do USMC dead man carry


2014-07-22 - Adair Co. School District Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cathy Luttell.
Spencer Claypool carrying Logan Coomer for the dead man carry during the Marine Corps Combat Training Exercise. - Cathy Luttrell

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Adam Harris, ACHS Football player, doing ammo can repetitions


2014-07-22 - Adair Co. School District Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cathy Luttell.
Adam Harris doing the 30 lb. ammo can repetitions during the Marine Corp Combat Training Exercise. - Cathy Luttrell

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Anthony Gardner runs 880 yard sprint


2014-07-22 - Adair Co. School District Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cathy Luttrell.
Anthony Gardner running the 880 yard sprint during the Marine Corps Combat Training Exercise. - Cathy Luttrell

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Six ACHS football players run 880 yard sprint


2014-07-22 - Adair Co. School District Campus, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cathy Luttrell.
C.J. Rodgers, Landon Herron, Jeremy Luttrell, Dylan Feese, Thomas Graves and Logan Coomer running the 880 yard sprint during the Marine Corps Combat Training Exercise. - Cathy Luttrell

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