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Doubtful...
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In the hills of SE Tennesse...


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Tom


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Posts: 2871 | Location: Coker Creek,TN | Registered: April 02, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Bueno, congrats!! (Truck is nice, too.) Wink



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Posts: 1398 | Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL - its a dry heat....... | Registered: January 26, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Very nice




 
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Oh is that sweet. I imagine quiet enough to hear the wild life. Relax and enjoy.
 
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More details, please.

That truck is beautiful.


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Oh yeah, that's the good stuff. Congrats, man.
 
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Home or retreat?


If you really want something you'll find a way ...
... if you don't you'll find an excuse.

I'm really not a "kid" anymore ... but I haven't grown up yet either Wink
 
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I was "retired" early so, I bought this place smack dab in the middle of the Cherokee National forest to retire to. 50' off the back porch is my own trout stream!

I've been working my old butt off on updating it and have made significant progress. Still have a long way to go until it's how I really want it but, all I have these days is plenty of time to work on it!


Best regards,

Tom


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Posts: 2871 | Location: Coker Creek,TN | Registered: April 02, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by toms:
I was "retired" early so, I bought this place smack dab in the middle of the Cherokee National forest to retire to. 50' off the back porch is my own trout stream!

I've been working my old butt off on updating it and have made significant progress. Still have a long way to go until it's how I really want it but, all I have these days is plenty of time to work on it!


Pictures of your updates, if you are inclined, would be very interesting.
 
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Originally posted by toms:
In the hills of SE Tennesse...

You should be able to find some good whiskey down there. Wink
 
 
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Looking good.
 
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Throwin sparks
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I would like some pics also!!
 
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Originally posted by toms:
In the hills of SE Tennesse...

You should be able to find some good whiskey down there. Wink
 

ought to be able to make it himself. Smile



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Living room...
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Gas line for fireplace insert to be rerouted. Installer ran it up and over front of firepace Mad

That’s why the 1/2” Milwaukee drill is laying there!

Sabers above fire place are:

Left side:

1847 Ames wrist breaker. Originally Federal but made it’s way south to a Georgia Colonel’s hand. Provenance in hand.

Right side:

Amse 1864 Light mounted artillery officer. Do not know if this one actually saw action due to late mfg. date

Print in between sabers I picked up in Fredericksburg VA. One Union and one Concederate soldier standing in shallows of Rappahannock River trading coffee for tobacco.

Print is titled “My friend the enemy” which, to me tells the whole story of the war. Rich man’s war fought by poor men.

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Tom


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Creekbed cleanup day in back yard on a very peaceful morning...

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Tom


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20T of gravel hauled in for driveway and parking space for “Lucille”...

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Tom


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Posts: 2871 | Location: Coker Creek,TN | Registered: April 02, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Damn, that is awesome Tom. I could easily live there, the wife, no so much. She's into full amenities.

Do you have a skeeter problem with the creek so close?

Jim


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My dog crosses the line
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Congratulations Tom, loves like heaven.
 
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I'd give anything to be able to retire like that. You have a wonderful place Tom.




Here's to the sunny slopes of long ago.
 
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And, now it’s lighted...



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