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 2001

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Vienna-West Fork Big Smoky Divide
(Smoky Mountains), June 30, 2001

 

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Vienna-West Fork Big Smoky Divide

*Slide 1: Hikers at Vienna Site
*Slide 2
: Checking Out wood Piles
*Slide 3
: 100-Year Old Cut Wood
*Slide 4
: Case's Fitweed
*Slide 5
: Motorbike Ruts
*Slide 6
: Big Smokey Divide
*Slide 7
: Easy Does It!
*Slide 8
: Where is Everyone?

Tom Blanchard, BWCCs mining coordinator, led this field trip to Vienna, a historic mining area in Smiley Creek.

We saw long stacks of cord wood, hand hewn over a century ago to fuel the boilers at the Vienna Mine.

We also saw an unusual, stunning creekside flower: Cases Fitweed (Corydalis caseana), in the Fumitory Family. Then our group of 19, hiked to West Fork Big Smoky Divide.

The Smoky Mountains are an important biological link between the Sawtooths and Boulder-White Clouds.

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