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Scenic Casey Co., KY: South Fork Ridge Road

2012-01-15 - Casey Co., KY - Photo by Linda Waggener.
An Amish buggy ahead of us seemed the better way to travel on a day with patch ice and snow beginning to fall. It was rounding a curve on South Fork Ridge Road at Emerson Road. Well behind us was the fast developing South Fork business district, with a new furniture showroom in the mix, and just a short way back, the famed Galilean Home and South Fork Baptist Church and Cemetery. The horse drawing the buggy was in a canter, still, for me, a mystical gait, and was travelling faster than it was safe for a motor vehicle travel. Many times we lost sight of it, but we caught glimpses, and just hoped we didn't disturb the world we were enjoying so much on Saturday, January 14, 2012. -EW

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