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I've rated the Ocoee, but I would LOVE to kayak it! Well, the lower part anyway. Not sure I'd be brave enough to kayak the upper Gauley!

French Broad River, Section 9, Barnard to Stackhouse, NC...extra water on the river made for great rapids this weekend

French Broad River, Section Barnard to Stackhouse, NC.extra water on the river made for great rapids this weekend

10 Hiking Trails Around Nashville

10 Trails Round Nashville You Should Take If You Love The Outside. >> See more by checking out the photo link

Remember all of life's answers are found along the old road.....

Eerie photo of the Yellow Brick Road from an abandoned Wizard of Oz theme park in North Carolina. Two cool ideas. One, find the broken down yellow road. Two, that there was a Wizard of Oz theme park.

Hawk Falls, Hickory Run State Park (We jumped from the ledges of the waterfall into the upper pool!)

Hawk Falls, Hickory Run State Park (We jumped from the ledges of the waterfall into the upper pool!

Sliding Rock  The most popular natural waterslide in North Carolina is Sliding Rock in the Pisgah National Forest, near Brevard. Slide down a 60-foot smooth rock waterfall into a pool of chilly water. Bathrooms and showers are open during the summer swimming season and the area is lifeguard protected from Memorial Day to mid August. See photos and more in our

Sliding Rock The most popular natural waterslide in North Carolina is Sliding Rock in the Pisgah National Forest, near Brevard. Slide down a smooth rock waterfall into a pool of chilly water.

bmphotographer:  Kayaker - Hell’s Hole - Ocoee River

bmphotographer: “ Kayaker - Hell’s Hole - Ocoee River ” Been there. The Ocoee is a beaut.

If I were to actually break down and buy a camper (dont think this will ever happen) this would be the one!! I love the vintage look

If I were to actually break down and buy a camper (dont think this will ever happen) this would be the one! I love the vintage look

Fall colors on the Nantahala River

Postcards From The Smokies

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