Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky

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By LanternBearer @ 2006-02-01 19:50:24
Kentucky Lake on left was formed by damming the Tennessee River. Lake Barkley on the right was formed by damming the Cumberland River.
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@ 2006-02-01 20:38:47
In the 1950s Kentucky Lake was the "Big Lake". I went to summer camp on its shores. I went on fishing trips with my dad and my Uncles. Lake Barkley was a later addition. Both drain into the Ohio River.