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Passed through Carter Gap. Toward evening near route 64 came to road, car came by and stopped. Was game warden of south district of Nantahala National Forest.
   Talked a while, then he took me to store, brought be back up to campsite near his home. Looked like rain so he let me use Rangers shack. His son started fire for me.
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Whip-poor-wills called.
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13)  cld morning boy started fire again. Had told folks at home to send mail to Rainbow Springs, which I find has no P.O. Went down and met mailman. No wonder no P.O its a ghost town. Lady in store let me read papers. Warden had wildcat in cage by store. Followed log trail up to AT.
Came to crew making cordwood with high line rig. After noon came to Rec area
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