Paul's Blog: February 2011

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794 Possum Trot Treasures, Serenity and Clear Water!

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Yesterday I had the pleasure of walking some of the tranquil trails of 794 Possum Trot in Clay County.  The stark beauty of late winter with dark red cardinals flying from bush to bush and the soggy leaves with the trillium leaves beginning to push through the deciduous matt made the visit a surreal winter delight.

Thursday night the heavens opened and dumped two to five inches of rain on Central Kentucky.  Driving to Possum Trot we traversed many a swollen stream masquerading as new found rivers.  The ponds and small lakes were a dark silty brown.  I commented to my friend Jeff that I expected the stream and pond at Possum Trot to be the same clay like tone.
Possum Trot pond after a 3 inch rain still stays clean.

When the first peek of the pond revealed clean blueish green water I was exceedingly pleased and encouraged.  Even the stream that runs through Possum Trot was flowing without a mucky brown trace.

Clear water is direct evidence of a land and place that has been revered and respected.  The farmland valley lies covered in matted grass and the roads and trails have been maintained so that they are not washing the muck into the fertile lowlands.

 

Possum Trot is just on the verge of bursting forth with buds and blossums. The grass is beginning to show signs of rejuvenation.  I promise if you have ever dreamed of living a life of serenity and like to work the land this is the perfect site to begin finding fulfilling your dream.

Stay tuned for more Possum Trot treasures.  I was able to get into the shop this afternoon and I will soon devote a blog entry to all the enticing tools and hardware available to use with the large supply of oak that has been milled and is ready to use.

Give me a call and we can make it an outing and family picnic.

 

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