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Feb 27, 2010 2:28 PM CST
Name: Cheryl
Eastern Ky
Truth should be everpresent.
I wasn't born in Ky. I was raised and lived most of my life on the bayous in South La. Nothing like it for food and friendly people. I have been in Eastern Ky for better than 6 years now and I really like it here. While the people are not quite as outgoing as cajuns, they sure are good folk when you get to know them.

The scenery can't be beat in our neck of the woods. I live in Biggs which is about 20 minutes from Breaks Interstate Park. If you haven't been there, you should go. It's breathtaking. As soon as I can get my old camera to cooperate with my new computer I'll post some pics. I've got some great ones.

We have horses and we go trail riding in the mountains. Talk about relaxing and you sure meet some interesting folk on the trails. I have visited in the Somerset area and have some very good friends there. We lived in Inez in Martin County before moving here to Pike County. Left some very good friends but it's still close enough to drive over and visit. I know I'll see some of them on the trails again this summer. We camp when we ride and sitting around a camp fire with good friends and good coffee is hard to beat. I'd love to meet some of you guys "on the trail" too. I'll supply the coffee... Community New Orleans Blend.
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