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Knott County, KY

Contributed by amburgey75, an ePodunk user.

January 22, 2008

 I have visited Knott County a few times. I am from Chicago and my Husband is from Knott County. I was freaked out the first time I went there. The water the septic, the living conditions. My infant son got quite ill his first visit there. We take precautions now when we go and this last summer we had a great time. YOu cant beat the scenery and the most of the people we know are so nice. But I did notice the county is stricken with drug abuse and polverty! I don't like going to visit and having to worry that my stuff is going to be stolen and I am from a BIG CITY I don't worry about that at home. Infact my husband and I leave our doors to the house unlocked we live in a community we there is a low crime rate thank god! There are no jobs there either well not enough and if there where there would not be enough sober people to fill them! BUTS ITS VERY PRETTY TO VISIT!


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