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Scenic Adair County, KY: Rounding crest, Dug Hill



2014-02-21 - Above Inroad, District 3, 2014 - Photo by Ed Waggener. Scenic Highway 704's curves are gentler now, since a recent reshaping on Dug (sometimes called 'Insurance' Hill) just north of Inroad. The view is looking north, to the plateau, with Hadley's Community Church, Fairplay, Gadberry, and Tabor communities ahead and between Inroad and Columbia, KY, a stretch of scenery unrivalled anywhere. There's a couple of informal pull-offs to enjoy the views, which deserve the kind of developed overlooks seen at Scott Ridge near Raywick in Marion County or at High Grove north of Bardstown, KY.
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