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Old 10-29-2009, 06:28 PM
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Best Season : Fall

I do have to say I love the Fall especially in East TN

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You East TN boys do have the best the state has to offer when it comes to Fall. [not sure your pic linked]
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it is beautiful in that part of the state this time of the year. heck any time of the year its beatiful over there. can ya'll send some this way?
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There are some scenes like that in the Hill Country(yes Texas actually does have some sizeable hills contrary to popular belief). I rarely get down there in the fall though, in fact, I rarely get down anywhere that has good fall color during actual fall color season anymore.

This seems like it was a good fall though for both places from what pictures I've seen. Been a good year in some spots(as far as weather goes).
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Beautiful pic Justin. Now that is what you call FALL.
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yes sir that works looks beautiful out there. startin to make me jealous.

i've seen two other places that come close but still can't compare to that. south east kansas is hill country believe it or not and the hill country in texas.
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here's one for ya from the farm
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sorry its in black and white so you can't see all the colors but its beautiful out there no doubt
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Awesome picture JD!
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Very nice picture. Looks so peaceful.
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Yeah; I'll agree its the best season; Be even greater if I had that view from my back deck as well.

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