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    Old Crow Rackhouses

    The attached photograph is my Windows background. I look at it every day and never get tired of it. It is of two of the oldest, masonry rackhouses at the Old Crow Distillery in Woodford County, Kentucky, taken by me in 1991. I just thought y'all might enjoy it.

    --Chuck Cowdery
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    Re: Old Crow Rackhouses

    Of late I have a lttle time for it so I've been rereading some of the old stuff . Found this hope you don't mind Chuck , but I set your picture of the Old Crow Rackhouses as wallpaper on my PC . I'll delete it if needed.

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    Re: Old Crow Rackhouses

    Enjoy.

    Do you ever get by there? It's just outside of Frankfort on Glenns Creek Road.

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    Re: Old Crow Rackhouses

    Thanks, it's a good picture. I haven't been over there but maybe this fall I may take the time to do it. I should it's not like I have to go very far . Owensboro is less than 2 hours from here and everything else except the Tennessee distilleries are closer.

 

 

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