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We would like to show all of our great pictures from our adventure yesterday to the Nantahala River. Yep, because it was so warm, we decided to do something we only do in the spring and fall which is go play in the Natahala River. We splashed around in the water, watched some brave kayakers (it was not THAT warm – brrr), and spoke to lots of people walking around. And while we were there, the Great Smoky Mountain Railroad pulled in and stopped to let its passengers wander around. So even more people admired us.
Yeah, we would really like to show you all of the great pictures we took. No, our hu-dad did not forget his camera. It was around his neck the entire time. But, somehow, he did not take a single picture. Something about the fear of us pulling him into the river if he did not concentrate. Groan. We were in the river up to our bellies, so what was he worried about?
We even passed a sign that said Cheoah Work Camp and our hu-dad thought it would be funny to get a picture of Cheoah in front of that sign. Yeah, he thought about it five miles after we passed the sign. (Cheoah is a Cherokee word for Otter and Cheoah is one of the ranger districts in the Nantahala National Forest which shares a border with the Cherokee Reservation)
Sigh. It is so hard to find good human help.
That’s a big tree. But showing all his usual respect for nature, guess what Rusty did next?
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