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rick4bama

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Is that your card you got last night? :ROFLMAO: Sorry I had too!
 

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@doemasters , looks like you did pretty good! These two, Turkey foot falls and Mize Mill Falls are two of the good ones. But to answer your question, yes, born and raised within 5 miles of the forest and live about 20 miles away now from these two falls.
 

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If you ever care to have someone join you let me know or if you don't mind telling me the best ones to see or where to park? I lost phone service once I got there and just went back home after visiting those two
I'd be glad to join up with you. Yeah, cell service is non existent almost everywhere out there. Unless the granddaughters get in the way, we're out there almost every weekend and several times thru the week.
There are a thousand waterfalls out here after even a little rain. From now till May will be a good time to catch them. The ticks and chiggers are so bad after that we don't hike very much until October.
 

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I'd be glad to join up with you. Yeah, cell service is non existent almost everywhere out there. Unless the granddaughters get in the way, we're out there almost every weekend and several times thru the week.
There are a thousand waterfalls out here after even a little rain. From now till May will be a good time to catch them. The ticks and chiggers are so bad after that we don't hike very much until October.

Which one do you think would be the best to photograph? I am also doing video on them and looping for youtube for people to sleep by since my mom says it helps her sleep but it sounds like noise to me

 

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Which one do you think would be the best to photograph?

One of the most popular is Kinlock Falls. It's a beauty and there's always water over it making "noise." Probably a 10 mile drive from the above but easy to get to, only 50 feet from where you park. But that also makes it available for everyone so it can get crowded. I'll find a video of it.
 

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I'd be glad to join up with you. Yeah, cell service is non existent almost everywhere out there. Unless the granddaughters get in the way, we're out there almost every weekend and several times thru the week.
There are a thousand waterfalls out here after even a little rain. From now till May will be a good time to catch them. The ticks and chiggers are so bad after that we don't hike very much until October.

Not to mention the hundreds lost with the impoundment of Smith Lake.
 

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