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FREE Edible wild and Medicinal plants class in Crossville, TN. Class will be on April 6@1:00PM CST. Class size is limited to 15 and will last about 3 hours. Be prepared to hike a mile or so regardless of the weather. Several folks on here have been to my classes. If I do not respond back to a message or request, I probaly did not see it, so keep trying. Thanks

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Is there a campground near your area? I, along with the Mrs, am interested in coming. We were thinking of pulling the camper up there and coming home the next day.

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21 hours ago, gunwhatgun said:

Is there a campground near your area? I, along with the Mrs, am interested in coming. We were thinking of pulling the camper up there and coming home the next day.

Cumberland Mountian state park is nearby. 

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Hey John with the way this weather is going, we may be in prime Morel mushroom hunting weather. If you know of good place to look for them that would be a bonus. Can't wait to go to this class, all of the previous classes I had other comittments.

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I understand. My work schedule requires me to work 2 weekends a month, so I am limited to what days I can have these classes.

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Hey John sorry to be so long in thanking you for putting on a great class. To all who want to know about wild edibles, John is the man. However I did learn 1 valuable thing. You do know that vegetarian is an old Indian word for "poor hunter". I learned to find some wild carrots and sit there waiting for a wascally wabit to appear and shoot and eat him!! LOL  I am afraid I would starve to death waiting to  find something to eat. But all jokes aside go to one of John's classes if nothing else meeting a really good man.

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Thanks Dirtshooter, glad you liked the class. Digging enough of that stuff to get you by would be a long, hard day. 

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