Mackenzie Leachman held on to the zip line at Boone Creek Outdoors last year, before the Fayette County business was ordered to halt the canopy tours because of zoning issues.
Mackenzie Leachman held on to the zip line at Boone Creek Outdoors last year, before the Fayette County business was ordered to halt the canopy tours because of zoning issues. Herald-Leader
Mackenzie Leachman held on to the zip line at Boone Creek Outdoors last year, before the Fayette County business was ordered to halt the canopy tours because of zoning issues. Herald-Leader

Despite disapproval from some neighbors and threat of fines, Fayette County zipline tours draw customers

March 30, 2013 07:01 PM

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