Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina [OC] [7605 x 5070]
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Update on "Found this cave with a massive stream coming out of it in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia. Shined my light in and it looks like it goes back quite a way.": Entry made! (My phone can only upload 3 pictures at a time, so no outside pictures this time.) reddit.com/gallery/l1k9n7
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Found this cave with a massive stream coming out of it in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia. Shined my light in and it looks like it goes back quite a ways. reddit.com/gallery/ksornn
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"Mushrooms of the Appalachian Mountains" 30"x40"
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I've never seen a cuter little fungus and I don't think I ever will. Scarlet Fairy Helmet (Mycena strobilinoides) from the Appalachian Mountains, GA
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when you take your insulin but your body is tryna be the mf Appalachian mountains
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BLOOD MOUNTAIN - We hiked from Vogel to the Coosa Backcountry to Duncan Ridge to Appalachian Trail and there was untouched snow for miles! reddit.com/gallery/kuag98
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We had an amazing backpacking trip in the north Georgia mountains. This was the first morning of our trip. No one else was on the trail but us! We were hiking the Wagon Train trail to the highest point in Georgia (Brasstown Bald). From there we headed to the Appalachian trail. Happy backpacking! v.redd.it/iifirbfs4be61
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Appalachian Mountains
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Mountain waves Appalachian Trail, TN. Aug. 2020 [1792x828] [OC]
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The Appalachian Mountains are literally older than trees, with Appalachia being 480 million years old and the first trees appearing 350 million years ago. Also the first land animals are thought to have appeared 440 million years ago, so when John Denver says 'Life is old there, older than the trees

younger than the mountains' he isn't kidding 😳

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Is there any particular reason that Pangea broke apart parallel to the Appalachian Mountains? If and when Asia and India separate again, are they more likely to do so along the original convergent boundary?
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Appalachian Trail 2021 - Episode #1- Springer Mountain:The Begining youtube.com/watch?v=Ou5WD…
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A couple of decent finds from the Appalachian mountains of Virginia. reddit.com/gallery/ku66vd
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Today I learned the Saint Francois Mountains of Southeast Missouri are some of the oldest mountains in North America at 1.4 Billion years old. The Appalachian Mountains are half their age at 480 Million years old. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St.…
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Appalachian Mountains
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Found this rock in a pile of similar rocks in Northern Georgia near the southern tip of the Appalachian Mountain range. Anyone know what it is? reddit.com/gallery/kz1mmf
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Places to Visit in the Appalachian Mountains?

Preferably nothing too we’ll know like Biltmore or Dollywood. Are there any towns or attractions you’d recommend someone check out during more normal times if they had a week or so to visit the mountains!? Thank you!

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Went on a snow hike last weekend for the second time ever, decided to film it. Roan Mountain, Appalachian Trail, Tennessee, USA youtube.com/watch?v=z07jW…
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We had a gorgeous winter hike up to the Rich Mountain Fire Tower on the Appalachian Trail over the weekend.
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We had a gorgeous winter hike up to the Rich Mountain Fire Tower on the Appalachian Trail over the weekend. (NC, USA)
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19th century antebellum home, lost in time in the Black Belt, where the Appalachian Mountains begin to roll into the fertile black-soiled plains preceding the Gulf of Mexico. Big King Cotton was in full swing in the heyday of this mansion.
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Found while hiking in the Appalachian mountains around TN/NC border.
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Just came back from solo camping trip in Appalachian mountains. 1986 CB450
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Appalachian Mountains, North Carolina, Black and White [OC] [3438 x 5158]
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38 [M4F] - Southern Appalachian Mountains - tall, literary type with floppy hair created a post and YOU WON'T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED NEXT

Actually, you probably will. He got a few responses and nothing really led anywhere and then eventually he made another post. Spoiler alert, this is that other post and he is me.

I tried to write one of these as a list concerning characteristics and interests that I hoped to find in someone else, and that got me one whole response, so I'll attempt a relatively concise version of the opposite - me and what to expect. I will preface this by saying that "relatively concise" is in the eye of the beholder, and if you're still reading this you have a decent idea that it's not going to be very concise.

  • I'm a tall and relatively traditionally attractive man. I look young for my age, have broad shoulders, can reach things on most shelves (6'3), and am in the chubby/dad bod range. Think Chris Pratt before he got cast in marvel movies, perhaps. I have dark hair and eyes and wear glasses and clean up nice. I don't have a beard or any tattoos, but would be fine if you had the latter. Hopefully you don't have the former.
  • I'm smart. I have advanced degrees and will be a huge asset in most forms of bar trivia or if you just want to shout answers at Jeopardy (though post-Alex who really wants that?).
  • I'm creative and "artistic." I used quotes because I am not capable of drawing or doing anything visually artistic to save my life. I am, however, a novelist and have crafty hobbies, and enjoy artistic and cultural pursuits.
  • I'm excellent in the kitchen. I am an ominvore, but wouldn't say that eating meat is a dealbreaker. I cook a lot and enjoy it tremendously - my best work is in curries, traditional american thanksgiving style food, and elaborate roasts; but I am also interested in trying new things and have recently found out that I'm pretty great at making bao buns.
  • I'm stable. I am in the process of buying my home and I have a solid job that has persisted through covid and isn't going anywhere.
  • I lean dominant and have an above-average sex drive and wear cologne.
  • I drink sometimes (and have been known to make beer, wine, and certain ingredients for mix drinks), rarely smoke tobacco (it's been a stressful year, but I mean once a month not once an hour), and don't partake of anything else. Within reason, I don't probably mind if you do.
  • I'm looking for someone interested in something long term to forever. I'd like you to be open to the idea of kids and to be thinking in years rather than days or months.
  • That said, getting to know some people who have
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I've never seen a cuter little fungus and I don't think I ever will. Scarlet Fairy Helmet (Mycena strobilinoides) from the Appalachian Mountains, GA
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Women of These Hills: 3 Cultures of Appalachia - 3 Appalachian women in their 80's share their stories of growing up in the rural regions of the Appalachian mountains. They share their memories of growing up as mountain women and as Cherokee, Scots-Irish and African-American women. youtu.be/6cOtlWYzMPo?t=7
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Although we are approaching the dead of winter I still enjoy looking back at some of the fall colors (Appalachian Mountains) youtu.be/qZOkB02Wbs8
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I've never seen these before, and they appeared right after some snow melted. Appalachian Mountains, NC imgur.com/o5LYWRw
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The Scottish Highlands and the Appalachians are the same mountain range, once connected as the Central Pangean Mountains
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Winter hiking in the Smoky Mountains (cinematic 4K), Mount Cammerer via Low Gap/Appalachian Trail, GSMNP, Tennessee, USA m.youtube.com/watch?v=xve…
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Appalachian Trail emergency shelter @ Blood Mountain, GA built in β€˜37 by CCC
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Appalachian Mountains, North Carolina [OC] [4688 x 7032]
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East Tennessee, riverside at the base of the Appalachian mountains reddit.com/gallery/ku3077
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The Appalachian Mountains are better than the Rocky Mountains

To preface this, I grew up and currently live in the midwest. For my experience with the Rocky Mountains, I lived and worked in Logan, Utah for three months (January - April) a couple years ago. My experience with the Appalachian Mountains comes from annual family vacations to Maine, where we drive through New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. I have visited many parts of Vermont, as well as Asheville, NC a few times.

Reason 1: Trees. The Appalachian Mountains have far more trees, which are very pretty to look at. The Rockies are generally less forested, showing barren ground and rock, which is boring and ugly. I believe Appalachia in general to be more hospitable to plant and animal life, whereas much of the Rocky Mountain region is arid and lifeless.

Reason 2: Habitability. Any journey through the Appalachians will reveal small villages and towns nestled among the hills. These are good because you can stock up on anything you might need as you go deeper into the mountains. They are also a nice contrast to the less hospitable wilderness. The Rockies do not have many small towns in comparison, leading to a feeling of vast emptiness and loneliness.

Reason 3: Culture. The Appalachian Mountain region has a well-developed culture & history, with distinct dialects, musical genres, and folk tales. The Rocky Mountains don’t really have this (besides Mormonism, which is boring).

Reason 4: Mountain Aesthetics. The Appalachian Mountains are much older and therefore are more rounded from years of erosion. The round mountains are more distinct and pleasing to the human eye, rather than the mass of evil pointy rocks that is the Rocky Mountains. The Appalachian Mountains are also more mysterious, owing to the larger number of trees and human settlements. It is easier to hide something in the Appalachian Mountains than in the Rockies. This sense of mystery adds another dimension to the mountains that the Rockies are sorely lacking.

Other thoughts: I am not one for outdoor mountain recreation beyond hiking which can be done in both mountain ranges (i.e. I don’t ski so I don’t care about snow quality or whatever). Hiking is better in the Appalachians because of the mystery component I mentioned. There’s a real sense of discovery and getting lost in the mountains even when you’re on a well-defined trail because the mountains are so old and nebulous. Also, I have found that air pollution seems to be worse in the Rockies,

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Why Bascom Fought For His Appalachian Mountain Music youtube.com/watch?v=gdoA0…
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I was inspired by the Appalachian Mountains in the United States to make this, hope you like, criticism welcomed reddit.com/gallery/l8w8a7
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Sweet, sweet isolation in the Appalachian Mountains
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We had to let our best friend and trail guide go, way, way to soon. She hiked the Appalachian Trail, the VT Long Trail x2, all 4000 ft mountains in NE, did backflips for frisbees and pulled sticks 3x her size outa the woods. She was one hell of a dog. imgur.com/a/kSNLXCP/
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History of the Blue Mountain Eagle Climbing Club and Appalachian Trail in Berks County berkshistory.org/multimed…
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Always wanted to see the Smokies in the snow. Appalachian Highlands Science Learning Center, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC, USA.
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Day two of variety pack from Appalachian Mountain Brewery. Long Leaf IPA and Low & Hazy IPA reddit.com/gallery/kwugjp
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My great-great-great grandfather, Andrew. His nickname was "Blackjack" and was rumored to be an Irish gambler - in reality he was a Melungeon man living in the Appalachian mountains. (1914)
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Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, Me, Photography, 2020
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Hiked up a mountain for this pic in the rain, ended up getting lost on the Appalachian trail and got saved by firefighters.
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Places to Visit in the Appalachian Mountains? /r/Tennessee/comments/l46…
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What caused the strange formation of these Ridge-and-Valley formations on the western side of the Appalachian Mountains? Also how rare is the occurrence of formations like these?
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