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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Roll Tide Guy—Cheaha Mountain

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One year ago on Round and Square (11 March 2012)—Hurtin' Country: Don't Cheat in Our Hometown
Two years ago on Round and Square (11 March 2011)—Fieldnotes From History (2)

[a] I'm Innocent...Roll Tide PD
I'm Innocent...
Roll Tide

But now that I have your attention anyway, I want to tell you that I love climbing hills and mountains. 
[b] Relative RF

I frequently travel to the highest point in Alabama, Cheaha Mountain, which forms a kind of minor tower over the countryside. 

It's not much for climbing, but Talladega State Park is beautiful (there's more to do here than race cars).

          Cheaha Mountain

The view is beautiful, and seems higher than it really is (that's because everything else is relative flatland). 

It's a "mountain" only in a relative sense. It gives me a towering sense of Alabama pride, though.

Roll Tide.
[c] "Towering" RF
[Originally posted on June 11, 2014]

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