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Where in the World is It ? - Somewhere in these 7 counties

2016-06-19 - ??? - Photo By Mystery Photographer.
There must be hundreds, may thousands of little lanes into the woods within Adair, Casey, Cumberland, Green, Metcalfe, Russell and Taylor Counties which look almost exactly like this one. Some are rarely seen. This one is passed by many people every day. It's hidden in plain sight. Do you know where it is? If so help us out by sending your answer using the "Comments" link with this photo. We'll take the name of the road from which it was taken. - Ed Waggener
Six have guessed and haven't got the answer as of 16 Sep 2016: NEW CLUE: A sometimes suggest bypass or shortcut around Columbia. It's just missing a bridge over Russell Creek.

Guesses, in order of receipt:
  1. MamaB: - Guesses Mystery Lane is off Lone Valley Road
  2. Marina: - Guesses Mystery Lane is off Mt. Carmel Boat Dock Rd. CLUE
  3. Richard Robertson: Another guess for the Mystery Lane
  4. Marsha Beard: guesses Mystery Lane is off Lone Valley Road
  5. CLUE
  6. Sarah Burton: Mystery Lane is off Millerfield Road CLUE
  7. Brenda Clark guesses Mystery Lane off point at GRL Visitors Center. CLUE

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