Re: [WomenHikers] HIKER MISSING ON BLOOD MOUNTAIN
- They have located the dog (at least they are reporting it is that dog)
somewhere in the Atlanta area where it entered a grocery store and the
guy they wanted to question.
The woman disappeared on New Year's Day and was last seen 30 miles
away around Blood Mountain where she was doing the Freeman
Trail/AT/Blood Mtn loop hike with her dog. I don't see how this could
be connected to NYE on Springer other that folks hiking north bound
may have been delayed by trail/road closings?
--- In email@example.com, "C C Wayah" <ccwayah@...> wrote:
> Ok list,
> I saw the picture of this missing person's black lab.
> It looked a lot like the dog running lose around the
> Springer Shelter on New Years morning.
> The question here is did someone have a back lab
> running loose with them on Springer? Did anyone else
> notice this very freindly dog. Is it possible that it was dropped
> Springer and followed the hikers around looking for a meal ? Does
> know if this dog had a owner with it?
> > http://www.wsbtv.com/news/14964662/detail.html
> > UNION COUNTY, Ga. -- The search resumes Thursday morning in Union
> > County for a missing hiker and her dog.
> > Friends believe Meredith Emerson, 24, from Gwinnett County, spent
- Yeah the dog was found 40 miles away and was identified by an implanted
chip. So I suppose it could have been the same dog.
On 1/4/08, Dave Womble <dpwomble@...> wrote:
> Updated story
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- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike <madmo453@...> wrote:
> Yeah the dog was found 40 miles away and was identified by an
> chip. So I suppose it could have been the same dog.The black lab on Springer New Year's Eve belonged to someone tenting
near us that night.
- --- In email@example.com, "marta_clark" <marta_clark@...>
>New information is on the CNN website. Unfortunately it doesn't look
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike <madmo453@> wrote:
> > Yeah the dog was found 40 miles away and was identified by an
> > chip. So I suppose it could have been the same dog.
> The black lab on Springer New Year's Eve belonged to someone tenting
> near us that night.