During the week of April 18, Gary Long of Cave Run Lake, and Stephen Shifflet and Jim Kelly of Buckhorn Lake worked to repair leaks on the bottom of gates 2 and 3 of the control tower at Buckhorn Lake, Buckhorn Kentucky.
Photo of the week: Crew makes repairs at Buckhorn Lake
During the week of April 18, Gary Long of Cave Run Lake, and Stephen Shifflet and Jim Kelly of Buckhorn Lake worked to repair leaks on the bottom of gates 2 and 3 of the control tower at Buckhorn Lake, Buckhorn Kentucky.
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