Nobody's Mountain
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owl

Cookeville, TN

#1 Feb 3, 2009
I am working on a project and am hoping that some of you can help me. Does anyone have any information regarding Nobody's Mountain? I have tried numerous online search engines and continue to come up empty. I am especially interested in hearing from individuals who lived in or near the area.
oversixty

Lancaster, SC

#2 Feb 3, 2009
owl wrote:
I am working on a project and am hoping that some of you can help me. Does anyone have any information regarding Nobody's Mountain? I have tried numerous online search engines and continue to come up empty. I am especially interested in hearing from individuals who lived in or near the area.
it is in overton co. at the end of copeland. cove back in the 70th there was a group of hippys move in and bought the mt. his name was eric bitswans. ;that may not been spell right;i thank that he still own it.that summer it was hang out for hippys,i live about 2 miles from there.

“Candy !!”

Since: Jan 09

Livingston &Rickman

#3 Feb 3, 2009
oversixty wrote:
<quoted text>it is in overton co. at the end of copeland. cove back in the 70th there was a group of hippys move in and bought the mt. his name was eric bitswans. ;that may not been spell right;i thank that he still own it.that summer it was hang out for hippys,i live about 2 miles from there.
I knew if anyone would know it would be you.Missed you being on here.Hope you had a good day.
knew them

Jonesville, SC

#4 Feb 3, 2009
There are a few of that tribe that still live around here.
Neil Callum lives in Rickman
Eric Feliz VonBittswan in Overton County
to name a few.
I think Adam Turtle lives in Summmertown
and the famous Jack Stoddard were there at one time or another I believe.
Get in touch with Jack if he is in the area.
He would certainly be able to tell you the whole story but
he travels extensively as his photographs are shown all across the United States and abroad in Museums and art exhibits.
I knew a few others personally and they were good people. Young and wanting to live an adventurous life , they came here from places like Miami - Georgia - and other southern locales.
oversixty

Lancaster, SC

#5 Feb 3, 2009
yes jack got marred on the mt, we would go up and talk to them. thay where all great people. the old cabin burn about 2 yr. ago.

Since: Nov 08

Rickman Tn.

#6 Feb 3, 2009
I remember riding motorcycles up there. the hippies would run their micro buses up the trail then live in them. This was the 70's. I think there was a movement of the anti-Vietnam type that wanted to live a "communal" life. We would be riding and come upon a couple of girls topless :) I remember the log cabin and the chestnut tree. There was a blight of chestnuts but i guess this one was so far from others it didn't get sick.

I thought the Cathlic Church of New York owned it for a while?

“Candy !!”

Since: Jan 09

Livingston &Rickman

#7 Feb 3, 2009
You should go check Jack's studio.They are a great family and friends.His son Jason works with him and he is very talented.He has a website you could get in touch with him there.

“Candy !!”

Since: Jan 09

Livingston &Rickman

#8 Feb 3, 2009
Letsgowheelin wrote:
I remember riding motorcycles up there. the hippies would run their micro buses up the trail then live in them. This was the 70's. I think there was a movement of the anti-Vietnam type that wanted to live a "communal" life. We would be riding and come upon a couple of girls topless :) I remember the log cabin and the chestnut tree. There was a blight of chestnuts but i guess this one was so far from others it didn't get sick.
I thought the Cathlic Church of New York owned it for a while?
Why Wheelin that was me:
to you

Monroe, TN

#9 Feb 3, 2009
oversixty wrote:
yes jack got marred on the mt, we would go up and talk to them. thay where all great people. the old cabin burn about 2 yr. ago.
I have the hardest time trying to understand anything that you say on all your threads.Most of it makes no sense to me.It could just be me and it probably is.

“S Florida & Gainesboro, TN”

Since: Jun 07

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#10 Feb 3, 2009
Sugar babies wrote:
<quoted text>Why Wheelin that was me:
It was you that owned it or you that was topless??? lol

“Candy !!”

Since: Jan 09

Livingston &Rickman

#11 Feb 3, 2009
neither one i'm afraid Sparky
oversixty

Jonesville, SC

#12 Feb 3, 2009
to you wrote:
<quoted text>I have the hardest time trying to understand anything that you say on all your threads.Most of it makes no sense to me.It could just be me and it probably is.
sorry you dont under stand me .most other people dont either. some times i dont understand my self. just pray for me, im just getting old.

“Don't get out I bite!”

Since: Dec 08

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#13 Feb 3, 2009
We all think you are great over and listen to you diligently

“Candy !!”

Since: Jan 09

Livingston &Rickman

#14 Feb 3, 2009
oversixty wrote:
<quoted text>sorry you dont under stand me .most other people dont either. some times i dont understand my self. just pray for me, im just getting old.
I understand you oversixty and you not getting old.

“Don't get out I bite!”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#15 Feb 3, 2009
Sorry off topic guys but bed time see you all later!!!!!!!!!!
different view

Lancaster, SC

#16 Feb 4, 2009
Letsgowheelin wrote:
I remember riding motorcycles up there. the hippies would run their micro buses up the trail then live in them. This was the 70's. I think there was a movement of the anti-Vietnam type that wanted to live a "communal" life. We would be riding and come upon a couple of girls topless :) I remember the log cabin and the chestnut tree. There was a blight of chestnuts but i guess this one was so far from others it didn't get sick.
I thought the Cathlic Church of New York owned it for a while?
The Catholic Church owned it ? please.........
it was private owned and the people who came here weren't from poor families either.
different view

Lancaster, SC

#17 Feb 4, 2009
also , several were jewish.

Since: Apr 09

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#18 Apr 25, 2009
Eric, lives in Overton County? I would really like to see him again.
angee

Columbia, SC

#19 Apr 26, 2009
http://www.josephinesjournal.com/stoddart.htm there's a link with some info of Jack and the mountain. I've never heard of it and I was born in Livingston lived there til I turned 18.
grape vine

Pauline, SC

#20 Apr 26, 2009
Is this "Jack" guy any relationship to the "Jammin' at Hippy Jack's" thing?

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