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Two different photographers at two different curves. The photos are posted in the order that they were taken (I think...):

From NC into TN:















From TN into NC:













And a comparably grainy scenic overlook cellphone-HDR-app shot to finish:

 

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I'm jealous!
 

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Cool picks man, car looks good
 

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How did I know there would be a comment about that pic?? :lol:

As you can see in the picture, there was absolutely no danger in doing what I did (one of the very rare spots where that's the case!)... :p

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haha just messin with ya sir! :thumbup:

car looks great!
 

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looks like fun. ha i also have a silver speed3 1st gen sitiing on silver rx8 rims as well. think rx8 rims shouldve been on the speed3 from the dealer
 

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Nice shots! Some of the best driving roads in the country are from mid-NC to Tenn and along the Blue Ridge Pkwy. I used to love going up there when I lived in Durham. It looks like it's a bit of a trip for you to get there... were you there for an event?
 

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Nice shots! Some of the best driving roads in the country are from mid-NC to Tenn and along the Blue Ridge Pkwy. I used to love going up there when I lived in Durham. It looks like it's a bit of a trip for you to get there... were you there for an event?
This most recent trip was for a large Mazda/Mazdaspeed event (a sort of joint meet consisting of Mazda Dragon Camp and Epic Nator Meet, to be specific) over a long weekend in late April (the group I traveled down with left to go down early on Wednesday and we drove back Sunday).

The pics taken back in 2012 were taken while my wife and I vacationed in the Smokey Mountains for a week or so. Did a lot of hiking, fishing, and mountain-biking down there too.

I love that area. The roads are like the icing on the cake. :party:
 

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Wow, a Speeed3 and an RS! You're a lucky man!!

Scenery reminds me of when I lived in the Hocking Hills. Didn't have a Focus then (still 4 or 5 years from the first model), but I did have a well used '85 Subaru GL AWD Turbo 5 speed wagon that was fun to take out after a snowfall and 4 wheel drift around corners of those unplowed county roads in the hills.
 
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