Tag Archives: camping

“Way down yonder on the Chattahoochee”

Guest Post by Peggy Richmond A story of Women in the Wilderness with no electricity, no running water, and no men! Twenty women—a travel group of women who love camping (most in vintage campers)—gathered at the McIntosh Reserve in Whitesburg, … Continue reading

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Bonnaroo Camping — Pelham, Tennessee

Camping for Bonnaroo—the Blue Moon Campground is located on Rt 41 in Pelham, Tennessee, just 12 miles south of the entrance to Bonnaroo. The Blue Moon Campground at Harry and Ollie’s is a quiet campground with 12 sites with water … Continue reading

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Fall Creek Falls, Tennessee — Top to Bottom!

I was up at 6:00 and on the trail by 6:30, camera in hand. Ordinarily, I like the quiet of early morning hikes. The trail was deserted, but not quiet—I could hear the powerful rush of water cascading over ancient … Continue reading

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You Are Invited to Come Camping…

…or A Shameless Plug! The overall point of my blog postings is to share stories and incite discussion, depending on the topic. With this essay, however, I want to invite you to visit, either in person or online, where we … Continue reading

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Renaissance Musings Table of Contents

Note: Entries into this Contents page are being discontinued. I now realize that there are sufficient tools to search this blog and this Contents simply duplicates those tools. Additionally, there are very few indications of “hits” on this page; very … Continue reading

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