Re: NANFA-- sweden is sweet

Bruce Stallsmith (
Tue, 12 Feb 2002 20:57:09 -0500

I searched on the Yahoo map service for Sweden Creek, TN, and that pointed
me to Sweden Cove/Creek, just west of Battle Creek and Hwy 72, along Hwy 156
if I remember correctly. I haven't consulted my new hot-poop CD-based
gazetteer yet though... but I assume Sweeten is the same thang. Your cabin
idea sounds fun, how can you beat camping with the Klan? Seriously though,
I'm willing to take a chance and for once everyone else won't think I'm
paranoid for locking my truck when we're in the woods. I'm more worried
about local pot fields, frankly, I hate shotgun booby traps.

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>i was studying my gazer tier last night planning some spring runs. weve
>talking of the battle creek area at the foot of mont eagle, tn. but i could
>not find sweden to the west of it. i aint talking europe neither for you
>smartypants kind of folk. there is a sweeten creek just sw of battle creek.
>ken, bruce are you boys mispronouncing your nouns?
>the head waters of the elk river are just a bit north. ive got a friend who
>has a cabin near there in altamont and we would be welcome to camp on his
>bluff overlooking a waterfall. neat place, beautiful. lots of car theft and
>kkk activity but we can lay low. even tho this is close to home i will be
>making it a full weekend as i got a good place to stay and several other
>nearby sites ive wanted to explore. barrens topminnows are found near here
>too. i presume they are off limits even for snorkle viewing without special
>permission... jr? that whole area is interesting. lots of forest, gorges,
>springs and different watersheds.
>less cautious casper

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