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Along Avery Rooks Road: An artist's, photographer's delight

2013-08-19 - Avery Rooks Road, Little Cake, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Avery Rooks Road is a public byway but a seldom seen one for most Adair Countians. Lisa Lee, in the County Judge's Office, said that it's a dead end road, and, on the day this photo was taken, across the picturesque valley, we had a mission which precluded a trip to the end. Along the narrow road are several residences, wildlife is plentiful, and the wildflowers are gorgeous. - EW. Updates Ken Neat identifies the house as the Joe B. and Pearl Cundiff Neat Place. Gayla Baker concurs, and adds that her brother now owns it. She remembers eating cold watermelon from the cellar underneath the small building in the left of the photo.
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