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Old Jul 23, 2016, 8:01 PM   #11
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Here's a link to the videos on our park's facebook page. The Timber Rattlesnake is (I think) the 4th one:
https://www.facebook.com/Warriors-Pa...8166115/videos
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Old Jul 24, 2016, 9:50 AM   #12
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Nice Mole, every time I see your posts I say to myself, Self get closer, nice shooting
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Everytime I browse your photos I question why I've never been to the wilderness of Tennessee.
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Old Aug 12, 2016, 11:08 PM   #14
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Love your pictures. Depending on how thing go over the winter, I may head your direction next year. While I would love to see the rare orchids, I can do without the stinging needles or the rattler, so I'll pass on that trip.
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Really enjoyed your shots! Very nice work!
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Old Aug 14, 2016, 2:52 PM   #16
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Nice series Mole, I'll skip the rattler
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Old Aug 17, 2016, 6:44 PM   #17
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Nice Mole, every time I see your posts I say to myself, Self get closer, nice shooting
Hans - thanks! But closer isn't always better!!


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Everytime I browse your photos I question why I've never been to the wilderness of Tennessee.
Well let me know if you ever do head on down this way. Will be glad to meet with you and give some tips for good places to explore!


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Love your pictures. Depending on how thing go over the winter, I may head your direction next year. While I would love to see the rare orchids, I can do without the stinging needles or the rattler, so I'll pass on that trip.
Great! Be sure to be in touch if you need some suggestions, want to meet, etc. Note that Tennessee State Parks allow you to reserve a campsite online up to a year in advance.


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Really enjoyed your shots! Very nice work!
Thanks Ned, and great to see you around - hope and pray your health is improving every day!


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Nice series Mole, I'll skip the rattler
Oh, but he was so eager to meet you!
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A year in advance? That's a bit too much time for me to plan, but thanks for the info - I'll definitely check them out!
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A year in advance? That's a bit too much time for me to plan, but thanks for the info - I'll definitely check them out!
Some folks find the "year in advance" option useful, but you can reserve as little as two days in advance if you want. You might want to check out the campground at Roan Mountain State Park - definitely one of the prettiest, and closest to the high country. Or my home park - Warriors' Path State Park...
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Thanks Ned, and great to see you around - hope and pray your health is improving every day!
Many kind thanks John. Doing sooo much better! All the best.
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