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Scenic Subtropical Taylor Co., KY: A friend has gone bananas



2013-09-22 - Blue Hole Road, Campbellsville, KY - Photo by Tommy Bailey. Blue Hole Road, One mile south of C-ville - A friend of ours seems to have gone bananas! His back yard is adorned with banana trees. All these trees you see here (and some you don't) will have to be moved inside before the freeze comes. A lot of work but his yard is one beautiful place in the summer. It's so tropical looking that you feel like you're on some South Sea island. - TOMMY BAILEY. Paired photo See: Gone Bananas in Taylor County, KY
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