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Scenic Adair Co., KY: Sunset on Sparksville Road/Ky 768

2014-03-27 - Sparksville Road, between Antioch & Chance, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. Inspired by Sherry Phillips' mention of Daffodils in her daily quote for What's Cooking for Wm. T's, I went on a search for Daffodils in Greater Chance area. They were popping up in ditches and rights-of-way, and some whole fields were popping out all over. Always, when you search for one thing, other equally beautiful bonuses occur along the way. This silhouetted piece of timber loading equipment (a knuckle boom loader/bucksaw, we've learned from forestry expert Billy Joe Fudge) was one. It was too, a reminder for us tree-huggers that there is a season for all things, including the harvest of trees - that, indeed, the forest can be managed and provide economic well being as well as unmatched beauty. - LW
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