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    Default Trail crew March 5, 09

    Photo attached of a small TEHCC trail crew getting ready to go up the AT southbound out of Damascus to work on re-routing a blue blaze trail down to a water source. Second photo is of a proud dad ("Local" on whiteblaze) with his daughter Elena who leaves for military duty next week. Daryel Anderson, Local's old classmate, has adopted this section of the trail.


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    Photos didn't attach. Here they are.


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    i wish i was there today! would of been a great birthday present to myself! i like doing trail work. alot better than the laying brick all day. i am looking forward to hitting the trail soon!!!

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    Can't believe its still frozen up there.
    ''Tennessee Viking'
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    Former TEHCC (AT) Maintainer
    Falls Lake Trail: 2011

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    Heading into Laurel Fork Gorge tomorrow to make little rocks out of big rocks...

    Good Luck Elena!!! Be Safe!

    See you on the trail,
    mt squid


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    Thanks, Mountain Squid. She's been with the unit over in Gray, near you, will ship out of Nashville, wants to fly Blackhawks, is on the track for Warrant Officer school. Yeah, I'm a proud dad. Thanks for your good wishes for her.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tennessee Viking View Post
    Can't believe its still frozen up there.
    Still rock solid on the northern side of the hills, but by tomorrow should be all slick mud.


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