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Gordon Crump, still living the life he wants

2013-02-17 - 104 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. Gordon Crump, was in town yesterday, Saturday, February 16, 2013 for dinner with his son, Dennis, and daughter, Cindy. Crump, one of Kentucky's best ever journalist and writers, is still living the life he's always wanted. He claims to be a hermit, and enjoys life with everything he needs or wants in the Clay Ridge Community of North Adair County. But he's a sociable hermit, and freely shares his life knowledge with others. (See story: At 80, Gordon Crump proves you can live the life you want). He's written so much, it's hard to pick out a favorite, but JIM, the ultimate literary critic, thinks the story, "How I discovered Columbia when Columbus didn't" from this link: Gordon Crump: Some Day I must go back to Lindsey Wilson may be the best ever on and, without a doubt, the best ever about Lindsey Wilson College. - EW
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