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First Quading of the year

After what has felt like the longest winter in history (shall we say the winter of my discontent?), we FINALLY had some nice weather this Easter long weekend, so we were able to get out and enjoy a ride on the quads, and our first campfire smokies of the year!  73 more words

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Smokies Wildflower Pilgrimage

The Smokies Wildflower Pilgrimage  is a special event — this annual affair is a “must” for us! This year, I had an afternoon off from leading hikes and programs to sit and sketch these examples of Trillium luteum on the Ash Hopper Branch trail. 10 more words

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Invest in Salamanders, Elk, Cades Cove and Education in the Smokies

By Holly Scott, Marketing Director

Every year, Friends of the Smokies commits to supporting a list of Park needs. This year the list adds up to nearly $1.6 million… 585 more words

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RECAP: Robert Stephenson Shines in 2014 Debut

It was an imperfect night in Pensacola.

Rain had delayed Saturday’s game by fifteen minutes and continued to pester players after a two-inning reprieve. The Wahoos’ stalwart grounds crew tended to the diamond every inning as the showers intensified. 309 more words

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Gatlinburg to Nashville, 3/26/14

Before leaving Gatlinburg, we looked for one last easy-to-get-to hike. Roaring Fork Motor Trail is still closed for winter, but we headed that way to see the Ogle Farm, first cleared & settled in 1883 – nice little nature trail, cabin, mill on a stream. 468 more words

Friday Leftovers: Latos, Reds' Quotes with the Most, and Vintage Cingrani

Mat Latos had one job when he took the hill for yesterday’s rehab appearance, and it wasn’t winning the game.

Runs and hits were secondary to the starter’s main objective, one that Latos feels to have completed. 961 more words

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