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Found it Ladybuggers! found No Sharp Corners (Locked)

Monday, May 13, 2002

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N 39° 05.284 W 084° 31.595

When I read this cache page, I knew exactly which house I was going to log. The first time I saw this house was back in the seventies. It is in Covington, Kentucky. It sits on a hill that you see as you cross the Ohio River entering Kentucky. It looks exactly like a spaceship (even up close). I never had a reason to go and get a close up look til today. As I parked in front of the house a couple of guys walked by and told me that there is a party there almost every Friday night. After talking to them for a while they invited me to come on over Friday. Thanks for letting me get a close up view of this unusual house. LADYBUGGERS!

Spaceship house

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