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    05-24-2010, 01:39 PM
Remember the Chain Saw

My hubby and I went to the Cohutta Wilderness area here in North Georgia. It is a wonderful place to ride. We were the ONLY vehicle we saw that morning going in. There are several different "levels of remotness" We usually went to where we had to watch for vehicles coming toward us or when we drove out some coming in. This time we decided to go to the "top" which goes way back up into the mountains. (you folks living out west, remember this is Georgia) We didn't even think we might get stuck on a road. We had a great truck.

We got so far back up into the mountains, we started getting worried if a tree was down over the road, we were in big trouble!!! We had always gone on parts of the road that were fairly frequently traveled. This time we were probably the only vehicle that had been in there in weeks. Hubby said there was no way he could have backed up to find a turn around spot which were few and far between. We didn't have any problems, but it is a case of "What if???"! From now on we will be packing the chain saw whenever we go to Cohutta.

We had a WONDERFUL ride other than the white knuckles I had driving in.


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