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Old Apr 8, 2017, 2:40 AM   #1
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It's been a very busy winter & spring, have not had a chance to drop by in months. Just wanted to reassure you that here in East Tennessee, the Spring Peeper frogs are still singing...
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The Virginia Bluebells are blooming...
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The streams are flowing...
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And the land is growing green again...
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Old Apr 9, 2017, 4:56 AM   #5
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The Spring Peeper frog is amazing, as are the Virginia Bluebells. It is nice to have your fascinating photos back!
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G'day Mate

Another collection of superb images from "the wilds of the forest"
It confirms your love of the place

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All are wonderful photos! Your photos sure make me want to visit your beautiful area. Hope to get there in a week or 2.
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Hi mole,

I haven't been by here for a while, but I was concerned about your safety when I saw what had happened with the fires in eastern TN. I'm just glad you'e doing well and still taking photos.

Love the frog. . .

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It's been a very busy winter & spring, have not had a chance to drop by in months. Just wanted to reassure you that here in East Tennessee, the Spring Peeper frogs are still singing...
Glad that you are busy taking pict. The Peeper frog image is exquisite.Well done

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Old Apr 20, 2017, 4:19 PM   #10
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Super shots Mole, I agree with all above the Frog is great
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