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Scenes From The Appalachian Trail August 20, 2015

Filed under: 1940s,History,Nature,Nostalgia,Photography,Pics,Travel,Vintage — kerbey @ 1:22 pm
Natl Geo Aug 1949

Natl Geo Aug 1949

Adams, Massachusetts (named after Sam Adams) lies at the bottom of Mount Greylock. Thunderbolt Ski Run drops 2,060 ft down Greylock. Five states are visible from the summit. Incontheivable!

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I’ve never been anywhere near the A.P., but I did gain respect for it, while reading Bill Bryson’s A Walk In The Woods. And yes, I do want to see the new movie with Redford and Nolte, but I bet Mark will beat me to it!

Now dig his socks.

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The violent rains/overhanging rock part, I can do without. The steak part, I understand. Beef really puts a smile on their faces!

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8 Responses to “Scenes From The Appalachian Trail”

  1. Paul Says:

    Beautiful Kerbey. As a trucker I always saw mountains as an obstacle and a danger. I never really took the time to stop and smell the roses.

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  2. Benson Says:

    Steak and the great outdoors is always a good combination. However I think my hiking days are over.

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  3. At first I thought the photo of the steaks was a happy camper holding up a squirrel or other tasty rodent.

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  4. markbialczak Says:

    I think I may let you see the movie first, Kerbey. I’ve seen too many old actor movies of late! Just thinking out loud here. What a sight that top shot is! Thunderbolt indeed!

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