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  1. #31
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    jim, just use the original route i described and you will find it....i just use a gps to plot where they are...so someday others can find them
    sam
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    Sam--Yep, it sounds like a "can't miss it" location if one is half-way paying attention, although in the summertime some of the trails leading to cemeteries along 441 aren't readily noticeable (winter is another story). Of course there's a big difference between driving past in a vehicle and walking along the Bradley Fork Trail. What really bothers me is that I never noticed it before, and I have to have been by it 50 times over the years, although most of those would have been 50 years ago and as a boy I was ****-bent on getting to fish and not nearly as observant of other things as I should have been.
    Age has a useful way of remnding one, at least in part because you slow down, that the fishing is only part of it.
    Thanks.
    Jim Casada
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    someday i'll tell ya of trying to find the doc connor graves and what i went thru....until tom robbins opened the door...wow, was i feeling foolish
    I started with nothing, and I have most of it left.
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    Jim I just bought your book today at the Visitor Center in Townsend I must say I'm impressed so far lots of good information. Stopped in at the outfitters and watched Jack tie some flies that was a good time. It's been a very nice snowy day here in East Tennessee.

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    Spotlight--Thanks, and I hope you'll continue to enjoy it. Although I sent them stock a couple of weeks ago, I wasn't sure whether the visitor centers had the book on display yet. Obviously they do. All the best, and enjoy the snow. Here in S. C. it has just been grey and grim. Jim Casada
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    It has been the same way here in Maryville Tennessee I suppose it's just that time of year. We had a nice dusting of snow today I prefer snow if it's going to be cloudy. Have a wonderful holiday season. I am hoping to learn a few things from the book and have something to do over the winter months.

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