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    That's neat that you could see Shortoff Mt from your camp in Lake James State Park.
    I hope you suggested to the Ranger that she could learn all the latest on using her new hammock at HF.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    I was just happy to chat. She was friendly but ultimately had more campers to check in. She had to stop a couple from using their metal detector right before visiting with us. It's illegal in the State Parks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MedicineMan View Post
    Patrick, the side trail to the Water Tree-was is still surrounded by thousands of blow downs from the fire? If memory serves it was a very serpentine side trail to it.
    Sorry, been on vacation and just saw this... yes, the trail winds through the blow downs and we lost the trail after stepping over one. The fire really wiped out the trees, and there's a lot of debris still strewn about. It's like getting to a little oasis once you find the water tree though.


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