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Offline norton73

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Historical site about the Tellico Plains area
« on: June 22, 2021, 02:25:42 PM »
Most of us that have ridden in the Tellico Plains Area have been to the "Alien Landing Pad" and the "Aztec Temple". This site has a few pics of the history of the area and hopefully won't ruin your imagination.

https://www.be-roberts.com/se/tn/apal/apalmcf1.htm?fbclid=IwAR37ay-13-SEp3GGli3SN2xEvSwWdnp4Yk4usSlKf-Y2a_ls63D1SxcvCto


Also worth checking out the Index for other places that might interest you to ride to.

https://www.be-roberts.com/se/se-index.htm

The water falls look especially interesting to me.
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Re: Historical site about the Tellico Plains area
« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2021, 05:54:57 AM »
Most of us that have ridden in the Tellico Plains Area have been to the "Alien Landing Pad" and the "Aztec Temple". This site has a few pics of the history of the area and hopefully won't ruin your imagination.

https://www.be-roberts.com/se/tn/apal/apalmcf1.htm?fbclid=IwAR37ay-13-SEp3GGli3SN2xEvSwWdnp4Yk4usSlKf-Y2a_ls63D1SxcvCto


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