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Albatross Crew MembersIf for some unknown reason, you would like to become a member of the crew, just take a hike.........OOPS! I mean take a hike with us.

You will first be shown under FEATURED for a month or so, then if you contact us by filling out the form, you will be moved to CREW MEMBER. If no contact after a month I will assume you do not, wisely, desire to be a crew member and your photo will be removed.
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Featured And Folks We Meet Just temporary things to smile about. New Friends are listed here.
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Panther?456 viewsCould this possibly be a Rock Island State Park Panther?

Since being ordained a Tennessee citizen, way back in 1976 I have heard the stories about panthers that lurk in the mountains.

This was sighted right out our back door when we checked in at the park.

Should I have listened to Lou and not risked our life and limb by checking in after dark in a place where waterfalls emerge from cliffs, but have no visible river?

To find out, check under Planes, Trains and Odd things, Critters answer no. 2
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Xray Falls513 viewsSince it is 80 ft tall, beautiful and un listed on the map of DuPont Forest State Park, NC. we decided to let it be our new favoriteOct 13, 2019 at 11:03 AM
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Coast Guard Brat!780 viewsOne of these fine folks we met up Little Stony Creek turned out to be a Coast Guard Brat.

Oh don't get upset, that is a term of endearment for offspring of members of the Coast Guard family.

As soon as I get first names they will become members of our crew.

SEMPER PARATUS!
Oct 13, 2019 at 11:03 AM
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Doug Hale387 viewsOn 6 June, 1944 Doug Hale stood up. He stood up when he drove his landing craft ashore, delivering young men who will never grow old.

He stated he bent over to release the "Dogs" that held the ramp and missed a bullet that struck right behind him

He hasn't quit, still maintains his half of Guest River Railtrail at Coeburn, Va.

DOUG HALE, STAND UP! Now Doug take a bow........and thanks Doug.
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