MUSHY'S MOOCHINGS: PLACES TO HIKE IN TENNESSEE

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

PLACES TO HIKE IN TENNESSEE

I really enjoy a good hike and Tennessee is full of places to satisfy any level of activity. I am 63 years old (for another month) and 20 to 30 pounds over weight, so I don't ever over do it. However, if I haven't just had some medical procedure or operation, then I can do a good 4 to 5 miles without falling out on the trail.
Most of the trails I go on are within this limitation and doesn't require over 2 or 3 hours on the path. I put together this "Tennessee Hikes" set on Flickr so I can remember where I've been, where I'd like to go back to, and just to show others what the trail is generally like.

Enjoy the trails I've been on, or just
GO HERE and enjoy them without leaving the house!

11 comments:

BRUNO said...

I think we oughtta' get us one of those two-seater surrys, an' tie JEFF on the harness so's he can PULL-us around for those same 2 or 3 hours, instead...!

Mushy said...

He could do it while smoking a cigar. I've never seen anyone hike while puffing a stoggie until I met him!

So, I guess this means you recognized his hugeness in the photo!

BRUNO said...

Yeah, at first I thought it was a Sasquatch...!

Scott from Oregon said...

Good fer you, Mushy! gET OUT THERE AND SCARE AWAY THE BEARS...

Debbie said...

I could not get the GROUCH to get off the couch long enough to go for a hike, ha.

Debbie
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Suldog said...

I love a nice hike in some peaceful woods, listening to the birds and other inhabitants. It speaks to my backwoodsman soul (which, being a city boy from Boston, is pretty shriveled, but still...)

FHB said...

Aaaahahaha. Yesssir, that's me thar. That was a huge time. Paul turns around at one point and says "What's burnin'?" And there I was, all lit up and all. It was hilarious.

And yea, I'll pull ya. The both of ya. Find us a rickshaw(sp) and I'll haul ya. may well be the only way to get the two of you out there soon.

Still, I'd rather haul you in a canoe. I know just the place.

BRUNO said...

Naw, I don't want no canoe! Make it a pontoon-boat. I wanna see ya' WORK for OUR enjoyment...!

*Goddess* said...

AHA. I thought that was Jeff's ass--I mean, "hat":)

BRUNO said...

Yeah, them big, long-haired laigs! Looks like a Texas-sized grasshopper wearin' an Angora sweat-suit.....!☺

Shrinky said...

Are they picking on you, Jeff? (Giggle).. Aw Paul, you sure have discovered some gorgeous places along your travels! There is nothing so good as getting back to nature, once in a while, is there? That's an impressive collection of walks you have plotted out there!