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    blue ridge morning mountians

    lovin the cooler mornings, this is why i still choose after all these years here to stay right here.
    im a true sky watcher, this is on my way to work, i sometimes almost run out of the road, watching the the sky line
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    Ive lived in a lot of places but Appalachia is always home to me now...

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    beautifull
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    I miss the East..that is downright gorgeous.

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    I haven't been through there in a long time, but agree it can be beautiful and your photo captures it. It isn't just the mountains, it's the mix of forest and fields; mountains and valleys, with none of them being overpowering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thez_yo View Post
    I miss the East..that is downright gorgeous.
    Yea but cant you grow outside most of the year, i do have to say I want your climate.
    Do you have any local beauty( as far as landscapes) not man made structures, im much more into the natural earth, take us a few shots and post here if you like.

    Any one else, show us what your favorite part of you area ( nature wise ).
    no people shots though, im sure every one has the prettiest mate available

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    I remember the Blue Ridge parkway going down to Wilmington my first time, 4 years. Ago. We went through Shenendoah though, and it was like 5 hours!!! So I was pretty angry, lol.
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    yea i dont care to travel long distances on the BRP either , but will hookup with different legs of the parkway , when i travel along its path, it can get a bit boring after the second hour,

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