End of the season epic 2012 » Rough Butt Bald

When I was an undergrad at Clemson, I had a raised relief map that extended from Lake Hartwell in SC all the way up through NC to Knoxville, TN. It was fun to looks at all the names of the mountains, and I always remember Rough Butt Bald as a funny one.

When I was an undergrad at Clemson, I had a raised relief map that extended from Lake Hartwell in SC all the way up through NC to Knoxville, TN. It was fun to looks at all the names of the mountains, and I always remember Rough Butt Bald as a funny one.

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