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cosmic-giggle · 2 months ago
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spooky halloween hike in the blue ridge mountains
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nerviovago · 3 months ago
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ds-vibes · 2 months ago
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specialformany · 24 days ago
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”The rocks and strata in ranges in northern Ireland and Scotland are geologically the same as those in Appalachia”
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warmfuzzyphoto · 5 days ago
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1995
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borderland-ranger · a month ago
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Picture from yesterday, out to Opossum Creek Falls in Long Creek, SC. 6.3 miles through the Appalachian Mountains, 700 feet of elevation gain. So, easily felt like 12 miles. December 3rd, 78 degrees. Ugh. 
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wolverinequeen · 2 months ago
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Today’s Stormy Adventure.
These mountains lead up to a plateau of upland habitat. I took these photos on my way back home down the mountain. 
I live on the bottom slopes of them
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creekfiend · 4 months ago
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Smokies 👀🏞🌫
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ahedderick · 5 days ago
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   This little painting is making me very happy. My daughter took the photo last summer while she was riding Hero. I had fun playing with the cool/warm balance in the sky and the different tones of green for the foreground. It was a good way to spend a snowy January afternoon!
Jan 18, 2022
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thesehauntedhills · 8 days ago
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LETTA THE HAUNTED DOLL
Letta was made around 200 years ago by a father for his son. Supposedly the son drowned and his soul attached to this doll. In the 1970s a couple of kids found this doll in the basement of an abandoned house, when they took the doll outside while walking home apparently it started pouring rain out of no where.
One night the doll was zipped up in a back pack or duffle bag, while the kids were sleeping the doll allegedly was screaming “LET ME OUT!” But had an accent so they heard it as “LETTA ME OUT!” ( hence her name )
The father of the children decided one day he wanted to sell the antique doll and found a woman willing to pay $400 for it. The father needed the money cause his pottery business wasn’t doing the best. He packed the doll into his car and again it started pouring rain out of nowhere. When he got to the lady’s house who wanted to buy it he tried taking it out of his car but it wouldn’t budge almost like it was superglued to his seat so he then decided to keep it.
The next day the father had a lot of orders for his business seemingly out of nowhere. It’s said that once letta chooses his owner you will have good luck, but if you part with it you will have bad luck and die a horrible death.
Letta and his owner appeared on talk shows and let people interact with the doll. Apparently almost everyone felt complete dread while being around it, some have claimed to see it move and someone started crying uncontrollably just by touching the doll.
To this day Letta is still Owned by the man who’s kids found him in the 70s. He doesn’t want to part with it because he is worried about the luck and death part being true and says that sometimes he has trouble sleeping while it’s in the room with him.
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vintagecamping · 10 months ago
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Hearts Bend Farm campers enjoying the sights in the Green Mountains of Vermont
July 1984
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bogus-nonsense · 3 months ago
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me: *in creek*
*sees ooh shiny quartz*
*leans over and grabs pretty shiny quartz*
* falls out of kayak into freezin water*
"OoOoosh"
*opens hand to inspect lovely shiny quartz*
*quartz was an arrowhead*
me: 👁👄👁
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supernovacoff33 · 5 months ago
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west virginia gothic
crickets chirp and thunder rumbles. chickens peck around below the clothesline. there is sun tea in the fridge and peas that need shelled.
hills and hollows lookingback at you, one room churches clinging to hillside along one lane dirt roads. roads meet and split, convex mirors hang over blind corners.
long rusty brigde, steel spans the river, peeling white paint and rusted rivets. rain pours from dark clouds, thicker and heavier until sky and river meet in grey mist.
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cablpro · 5 months ago
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darkacademia-earthtone · 2 months ago
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Meet me in the woods?
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mythologyismything · 6 months ago
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docileeffects · 2 months ago
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ds-vibes · 2 months ago
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Film is not dead.
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lionfloss · a year ago
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americasgreatoutdoors · a year ago
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Lace up your boots! The National Trails System Act of 1968 promoted the establishment of trails in both urban and rural settings for people of all ages, interests, skills and physical abilities. Winding through some of our nation’s most striking natural beauty, the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Coast Trail were the first trails added to this fantastic national system. Beyond recreation, other trails follow routes of travel of national historic significance including past paths of exploration, migration and military action. It's exercise for mind, body and soul. Photo on the Appalachian Trail in North Carolina courtesy of Joshua T. Moore.
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