Including Lookout Mountain, Cloudland Canyon State Park and Chickamauga National Military Park in North Georgia

Welcome to the Wildflowers of Pigeon Mountain guest book. I am interested in hearing from you, especially if you are from out of the LaFayette, Georgia, area. How did you hear about the book and/or web site?


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Name: jeff davis Email:
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Country:   IP Address:  Date: 4 Dec 2005 04:45:22 GMT

Comment: hey jay you did a great job thanks jeff

Name: Larry Williams Email:
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Country: USA  IP Address:  Date: 5 Dec 2005 14:45:52 GMT

Comment: Jay, Your book is great from what I know of it. Gene Van Horn said he edited part of it for you. It is a valuable addition to the flora of our region. I am looking forward to getting a copy when I can come over.Larry

Name: Marge Slack Email:
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Country: USA  IP Address:  Date: 17 Jan 2006 15:55:07 GMT

Comment: I'm anxious to buy book next time I go to town. I moved to Pigeon Mt. about 3 years ago from WI & am finding many plants I'm not familiar with. I heard about your book from Scott Carmine with cave rescue.

Name: D Marshall Email:
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Country: USA  IP Address:  Date: 16 May 2006 23:36:28 GMT

Comment: Very nice - I liked it enough to order 17 for Christmas presents.Thanks Jay & Susan

Name: Samantha Spears Email:
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Country: U.S.  IP Address:  Date: 14 Oct 2006 13:47:07 GMT

Comment: My father was addicted to The Pocket, he took everyone he could to learn about the wildflowers and plant life there. The head of GNP just directed me to your book and I would love to talk to you about how to contribute appropriately to something to benefit The Pocket, its preservation, etc... in my father's memory. In addition, I specialize in macro and plant photography and would so enjoy coming with you the next time you go, to learn what I didn't have time to learn from my father, and to contribute to your study and preservation of The Pocket and surrounds.

Name: Silissa Martin Email:
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Country:   IP Address:  Date: 22 Oct 2006 20:41:36 GMT

Comment: I heard about it when I was sent mail about Sam's memorial information. I knew Sam from Dr.Chungs bible study group. I just knew him as aqutence, I wish, I had known him more, He was a fine man. In Christ, Silissa Martin

Name: amanda Email:
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Country: UNITED STATES  IP Address:  Date: 21 Feb 2007 20:02:19 GMT

Comment: you did good on the website jay awesome!!!!!! i want to buy ur book because i love flowers!!! well g2g you did a great job peace!!!!!

Name: joel warren Email:
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Country: UNITED STATES  IP Address:  Date: 24 Mar 2007 17:33:40 GMT

Comment: just bought the book, love it. I am a student in the Bio Dept. at UTC, I NEED YOUR HELP, I am using various floras to key and identifya around 30 native plant families and a little of your time would help me tremendously, either way, your book already has!

Name: S. Benjamin Email: 
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Country: USA  IP Address:  Date: 29 Mar 2008 02:41:39 GMT

Comment: My husband introduced me to the pocket. I was searching to find when the wildflowers will be in bloom so we can take our little girl to see them. We all appreciate nature. (Your pictures are interesting...except for the sliced open snake!) Now that I know about your book, I'll take a look. Thanks!

Name: Don Nicks Email:
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Country: USA  IP Address:  Date: 30 Apr 2008 15:30:59 GMT

Comment: Jay great site,I am starting to visit some off your locations for wildflowers,I live only a couple of blocks from Cloudland Canyon. Have been roaming around there taking pictures .Will have to get your book.Read your bio is there anything else you could sqeeze into your life,seems pretty full.Sounds like your enjoying life.

Name: Tracy Email:
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Country: USA  Date: 21 May 2009 02:19:54 GMT

Comment: Hey Jay! Just looking at your website after coming back from Nature's Classroom at Mentone. 5th grade field trip. Told the manager about your book and even offered your services for classes and staff development! Told them I would send them info about how to get your book for their library. Had never looked at the 'weird stuff' tab on your site until a few minutes ago and had to chuckle out loud! Those pictures are sooo Jay. Saw some flowers on the hikes wished I had a pocket guide! hint!






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