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Mar 9, 2010
I saw a picture in the latest Rock and Ice of a climber at "Rasta Farm" in Chattanooga, TN. I live in Chattanooga and have never heard of this place and cannot find anything via Google. Any info? The same goes for "Choss Village." Thanks in advance. Ben Hogan
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I'm pretty familiar with Chatty myself. Never heard of either one. I'm involved heavily in the farming community and never heard of Rasta Farm. I don't have Rock and Ice this month but will be checking it out if I can find it. Justin Dansby
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They are up in the Dayton area drainages, just like Deep Creek. Side creeks mostly. Miles of rock. Whipper
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Be aware of private property and gun toting owners. Jeremy Hand
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Stray dog found in rural Alabama w severe mange. T...
Even if access is 'grey', illuminating stone that really should be left unpublished is always a bad idea....especially in the South.
Boo R&I.
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BirminghamBen wrote:
Even if access is 'grey', illuminating stone that really should be left unpublished is always a bad idea....especially in the South. Boo R&I.


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