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    Whatís up guys Iím from horse cave Kentucky (35 miles from bowling green/elizabetown, and 70-75 miles from Louisville/ Nashville) all my friends either ride rockets or baggers and are complete fair weather riders. I guess Iím just tired of hearing about how their radios arenít loud enough 🙄. If anyone around here is interested in getting together and chopping around shoot me a message!

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    If a horse didn't fall into that cave on main street, wonder what the name of the town would have been called .. Floyd Collins ..???




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    Poor old Floyd, they wouldn't let him "Rest In Peace" he was buried four times ..

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    Poor ole horse. Are you from here or just a historian?

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    47 years .... Born and raised .. Glasgow ..

    You most likely don't know of a giant of a Man name of Big Man or Big Wilk ... Larry Wilkins was his name ... lived on the other side of the tracks off 31-W .... One of my best friends years back...
    Had the first year FX made ... Nightrain ... When he climbed on it ... It looked like a Z-50 under him...

    The L&N cut right down the middle of his farm ... CXR was hauling Agent Orange for the War effort and it derailed on his property, they took the open barrels and found a sinkhole on the farm to dump them in....

    Train,carrying Agent Orange, derailed in Horse Cave, KY | Vietnam ...
    My Father took photos of that Train Wreck for the Glasgow Daily Times ...

    Larry grew his garden near that area, died a young man... tests showed that he was ate up with the stuff...
    His wife, Katty, sued CXR and won the suit ....
    I ate from that garden many times myself too ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Smokehouse View Post
    What’s up guys I’m from horse cave Kentucky (35 miles from bowling green/elizabetown, and 70-75 miles from Louisville/ Nashville) all my friends either ride rockets or baggers and are complete fair weather riders. I guess I’m just tired of hearing about how their radios aren’t loud enough ��. If anyone around here is interested in getting together and chopping around shoot me a message!
    Not sure how far you are from cincinnati, northern ky (newport,ky) but im also down for some choppin and ridin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    47 years .... Born and raised .. Glasgow ..

    You most likely don't know of a giant of a Man name of Big Man or Big Wilk ... Larry Wilkins was his name ... lived on the other side of the tracks off 31-W .... One of my best friends years back...
    Had the first year FX made ... Nightrain ... When he climbed on it ... It looked like a Z-50 under him...

    The L&N cut right down the middle of his farm ... CXR was hauling Agent Orange for the War effort and it derailed on his property, they took the open barrels and found a sinkhole on the farm to dump them in....

    Train,carrying Agent Orange, derailed in Horse Cave, KY | Vietnam ...
    My Father took photos of that Train Wreck for the Glasgow Daily Times ...

    Larry grew his garden near that area, died a young man... tests showed that he was ate up with the stuff...
    His wife, Katty, sued CXR and won the suit ....
    I ate from that garden many times myself too ...



    Thats a wild story

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    Quote Originally Posted by shovel625 View Post
    Thats a wild story


    Here's a photo my Dad took of the wreck that Glasgow Daily Times used on their front page....

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    The train derailment that took place in Horse Cave involving the agent orange that the government denied being hauled occurred in June of 1966

    Water Resource Management Plan Mammoth Cave National Park

    Train loaded with Agent Orange derailed near Mammoth Cave.
    Many drums were ruptured and buried in sinkholes on-site.
    The wreck and burial occurred in the town of Horse Cave Kentucky, within the Gorin Mill groundwatershed, which drains through the Hidden River and Hicks Cave systems and into the Green River at Gorin Mill and Hicks Springs, approximately 20 km upstream of Mammoth Cave National Park. Gorin Mill, the largest spring in the state, is the underflow spring of the basin, while Hicks is only active under high flow or flood conditions.

    Spring sediment size is representative of this flow distributary as Gorin Mill is characterized by fines where courser sediments dominate Hicks Spring. Sediment samples for dioxin congener analysis were taken at Hidden River Cave (downstream of the spill site), Gorin Mill Spring, Green River downstream from Gorin Mill, and Hicks Springs. All four locations tested positive for dioxin congeners.



    The clean up is on-going even to this day ... !!
    _______________________________________________

    Seems that I have hi-jacked this young man's thread....
    My apologizes ....

    Memories are shared only if voiced ....
    (I'm going to Shut the Fu*k up now.)

    .../// https://youtu.be/DEy6EuZp9IY \\\...

    No freaken wonder "Sally's Rock" is haunted.... That's on the Green River ...
    (Warren Co not that far from Hart Co)
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    Its a true! Its a common tale told around here. Several people have been eat up with cancer around that area. I dont know him personally but im sure my dad does. Todd chaney is his name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shovel625 View Post
    Not sure how far you are from cincinnati, northern ky (newport,ky) but im also down for some choppin and ridin.
    I'm a few hours but im not afraid to ride amigo. Ive been to the aquarium up there a couple times, that would be a good ride..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post


    Here's a photo my Dad took of the wreck that Glasgow Daily Times used on their front page....

    The train derailment that took place in Horse Cave involving the agent orange that the government denied being hauled occurred in June of 1966

    Water Resource Management Plan Mammoth Cave National Park

    Train loaded with Agent Orange derailed near Mammoth Cave.
    Many drums were ruptured and buried in sinkholes on-site.
    The wreck and burial occurred in the town of Horse Cave Kentucky, within the Gorin Mill groundwatershed, which drains through the Hidden River and Hicks Cave systems and into the Green River at Gorin Mill and Hicks Springs, approximately 20 km upstream of Mammoth Cave National Park. Gorin Mill, the largest spring in the state, is the underflow spring of the basin, while Hicks is only active under high flow or flood conditions.

    Spring sediment size is representative of this flow distributary as Gorin Mill is characterized by fines where courser sediments dominate Hicks Spring. Sediment samples for dioxin congener analysis were taken at Hidden River Cave (downstream of the spill site), Gorin Mill Spring, Green River downstream from Gorin Mill, and Hicks Springs. All four locations tested positive for dioxin congeners.



    The clean up is on-going even to this day ... !!
    _______________________________________________

    Seems that I have hi-jacked this young man's thread....
    My apologizes ....

    Memories are shared only if voiced ....
    (I'm going to Shut the Fu*k up now.)

    .../// https://youtu.be/DEy6EuZp9IY \\\...

    No freaken wonder "Sally's Rock" is haunted.... That's on the Green River ...
    (Warren Co not that far from Hart Co)
    Dont apologize! I enjoyed your knowledge!

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    Thanks Man .....

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    I miss them Hills ....

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    I'm just a few miles northwest of Louisville on the Indiana side but have some land in Leitchfield. Going to be a while before I build that retirement home as my wife is still teaching school. I'm retired but she was born in 1970 so its going to be a while.

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    Leitchfield is just a skip and a hop from my partners lake house on Nolin. It seems like more stuff is popping up there everyday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinN View Post
    I'm just a few miles northwest of Louisville on the Indiana side but have some land in Leitchfield. Going to be a while before I build that retirement home as my wife is still teaching school. I'm retired but she was born in 1970 so its going to be a while.
    I'm also a few miles North West of Louisville. Corydon area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SILVERBULLET View Post
    I'm also a few miles North West of Louisville. Corydon area.
    Corydon is my go to for welding supplies. Used to be a sleepy town, now like many its getting over populated. I'm in Greenville.

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    Hey i live in Radcliff im not to far outside of Etown

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