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Cherokee, Cherokee, walasiyi
Lives on the mountaintop lonely and high.
Cherokee Cherokee, whence are you gone?
Out of the mountains away from the dawn.
   Spirits are calling
From Blood mtn high.
Where pale faces climb to ____ ___ the sky
Cherokee, Cherokee, Walasi-yi
Lives in a legend to never more die.
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Several miles on went up steep grade and finally arrived at Horsetrough mtn. alt. 4057 at 100 P.M.
   Vast valley of farmland to west)
[[strikethrough]] [[pencil text]] Horsetrough Mt. Alt. 4057 at 1:00 P.M. [[/pencil text and strikethrough]]
Arrived at shelter about 3:30 but decided to try for next shelter (Tray mtn 8 1/2 miles, this shelter not too good anyway. Crossed Gap at route 75 and up Blue ridge trail and Tray Mtn Trail to Picnic Area. failed to see shelter so

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