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We spent new years eve at Ober Gatlinburg, We rode the tram up. Unfortunately it was very crowded and took us 2 1/2 hours in line to get on the tram. Was pretty ride up to the top of the mountain. But once there they were making snow, and the mountain tops had snow from the night before still on the trees. We ate at the buffet in the restaurant that was excellent, Lot of food ...
... for Pigeon Forge / Gatlinburg, Tennessee. We had hoped to be able to make it in one go, but that was not to be. We had to overnight in the NW area of South Carolina and the following morning made the final road trek to Pigeon Forge.
We were very fortunate that Vera's boss offered us his wood lodge in Pigeon Forge. It was a very cozy 2 bedroom lodge with a fire place and Jacuzzi on the screened in terrace.
We met a couple here at the campground that we spent a good bit of time with. Randy and Frieda own a rental cabin wayyy up on top of a mountain called "kindred spirit". They repaired and remodeled this cabin including putting in a seperate heated indoor pool, hot Tub etc. This place has everything!! The view ...
... in a way that would elicit a helpful response, a sweaty man strode up to the counter and interrupted us. “I want a shuttle to the Lodge,” he announced. “Tell them I have a reservation.”
Despite his rudeness, I had to admire the way he cut through all the bull and asked for what he wanted. Immediately, the docent picked up the phone and I asked her to include Julie and I in the request, and to see if they had room for us for the night.
... hikers returning who warned us that bridges were out and we would have
to wade through the river - but that wasn't going to stop us. We turned
left on the Boogerman Trail and started hiking up. It was a gradual
ascent with a few steep parts that continued for a while before heading
back down. Coming back down, we could see an old stone wall, evidence ...