Serenity on the water


Photo submitted The popularity of kayaking is growing at Martins Fork Lake, according to Park Ranger Dave Robinson. Robinson says there has been a significant increase in kayaking at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers facility in Harlan County. He said kayaking is a wonderful way to experience the serenity and beauty of Martins Fork. He also urged everyone to wear life jackets while on the water. Here, Jay Phillips, a student at the University of Kentucky, is one of many who is taking advantage of the lake for recreational activities.


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The popularity of kayaking is growing at Martins Fork Lake, according to Park Ranger Dave Robinson. Robinson says there has been a significant increase in kayaking at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers facility in Harlan County. He said kayaking is a wonderful way to experience the serenity and beauty of Martins Fork. He also urged everyone to wear life jackets while on the water. Here, Jay Phillips, a student at the University of Kentucky, is one of many who is taking advantage of the lake for recreational activities.

Photo submitted The popularity of kayaking is growing at Martins Fork Lake, according to Park Ranger Dave Robinson. Robinson says there has been a significant increase in kayaking at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers facility in Harlan County. He said kayaking is a wonderful way to experience the serenity and beauty of Martins Fork. He also urged everyone to wear life jackets while on the water. Here, Jay Phillips, a student at the University of Kentucky, is one of many who is taking advantage of the lake for recreational activities.
http://harlandaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_Kayak.jpgPhoto submitted The popularity of kayaking is growing at Martins Fork Lake, according to Park Ranger Dave Robinson. Robinson says there has been a significant increase in kayaking at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers facility in Harlan County. He said kayaking is a wonderful way to experience the serenity and beauty of Martins Fork. He also urged everyone to wear life jackets while on the water. Here, Jay Phillips, a student at the University of Kentucky, is one of many who is taking advantage of the lake for recreational activities.
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