|Chestnut Mountain rises head and shoulders above the surrounding uplands, a mountain on top of a mountain. Its forested slopes provide shelter and food for a wide range of forest creatures, including wild turkey, deer, raccoon, oppossum, skunk, rabbit, quail, squirrels, bobcat, and fox, as well as lavish seasonal beauty.|
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