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Old Jan 2, 2013, 5:51 AM   #1
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Grandfather Mountain, NC . . just a day outing after Christmas.





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Old Jan 2, 2013, 7:15 AM   #2
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Wow! I sure don't remember NC looking anything like that - but then I wasn't stationed in such a beautiful location. Not sure I remember it ever snowing at Bragg when I was there. If it had looked like that in the winter, I'm not sure I would have been interested in ever leaving, what a beautiful place!
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No Ft Bragg and the Fayetteville area certainly does not have the natural beauty of the N.C. mountains, but it certainly is home to some beautiful people who serve our country.
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No Ft Bragg and the Fayetteville area certainly does not have the natural beauty of the N.C. mountains, but it certainly is home to some beautiful people who serve our country.
Amen to that!


We often look at Grandfather from the Tennessee side - some pretty good views from Hump Mt and Roan Mt. Very nice to see these fine wintry images of Grandfather more "up close and personal!"

PS - was up at Roan yesterday to enjoy nearly a foot of snow, and plenty of frost-rimed trees. Fog was too thick to see Grandfather Mt...
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Thanks Mole . . I visit your part of the world a few times a year. Would love to have been there for the rime ice and the snow.
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Beautiful images, I was just in NC visitisting the grand kids, no snow in Pinehurst. We entered NC from Ohio and it wasn't that scenic.

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