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Old 03-05-2018, 11:16 PM
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Jameokee

Jameokee
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This scene is not far from where I live. The mountain in the background was called Jameokee by the native Saura tribe. The anglophonic settlers translated this as Pilot Mountain. A nearby town of the same name was immortalized as Mt. Pilot by the Andy Griffith TV series.
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What a lovely painting! That looks like somewhere I'd want to go.
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I remember that area when I lived in NC for six years. This is very serene and peaceful!
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Virginia and Kay: Thanks for the comments.
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