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“This is fair land. Probably the fairest of all this whole country. You’ll soon find out how fair it is. You’ve never really looked before but now you’re going to. All of us are.” — Vera & Bill Cleaver Where the Lilies Bloom

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Rhythm: Kayak Adventure

The headwaters of the Hiwassee River emerge off the northern slopes of Rocky Mountain in Georgia’s Appalachian region. These waters crash and cascade into one another and build momentum as they travel northward across ancient altars of rock. The currents trickle through smoky Blue Ridge forests as they twist and turn on a long journey to the steady shallow pool

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