Whiterock as seen from Tessentee Road

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Comments (6)

trikermike on March 26, 2009

Good early spring pics, Lady of the Woods congratulations on the whole series,


Jean Gregory Evans on March 28, 2009

Oh, Mike, this is a gorgeous view of this big rock. I have hiked to this mountaintop, years ago. You can walk the ridge easily from Whiterock to Jones Knob and back again and all in less than half a day. The views are excellent up there and the plant life up there are very different than just a few feet further down in elevation. When the world climate changes, some of those species will be endangered, I'm sure. I would like to study those species!


trikermike on March 28, 2009

dEFINITLY AGREE Jean, but my trike would struggle to reach the summit! HEREis the famous 'BOWDER STONE' in our Lake District Natioal Park, the text , strangely, does not mention the local vernacular for boulder it is bowder or bowlder in Cumberland dialect-I guess they are trying to talk proper!

Somewhere I have a photo of it with my son and my then girlfriends daughter atop the stone (styan) as the locals call it!, I must seek it out.

Jean Gregory Evans on April 5, 2009

Mike, thanks for that link... that is a very cool looking place, a great rock! Lovely photos of it too. Yes, you must seek that photo of yours!


trikermike on April 5, 2009

it is on my front page, next to my legs!

git yourself a good loksee, there's alink on the chats somewhere too!

Good luck and goodnight!

Jean Gregory Evans on April 17, 2009

Mike, I did and it is great!

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    by Jean Gregory Evans
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