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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 ...
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 ...
Although I am sad to be leaving Nashville, I am thrilled to be on my way to my final destination. I have been having some pretty expensive breakfasts at the resort so today had pancakes from McDonald's for only $2.19. For lunch I had Chick-Fil-A for $5.95. For dinner ...
... us up and got us ready for
the down stream adventure that was awaiting us. Even Joe was excited.
Some of us were nervous because we had never gone white water
rafting. We had to take a short trip to where we would push off on
our trip. The group was split into two. One group going with Monica,
the other Jeff. During the majority of the trip the rapids were slow
and uneventful. However, when we came upon the level 2 rapids, things
got exiting. Even as far ...
... deadly predator, while my mind continued to pretend that Ms Bear over there was no more of a threat than my little cat Bob. Though, come to think of it, Bob could probably rip my throat out while I was sleeping, if she wanted to.
The bear was a lot bigger than Bob, but like Bob, who is small for a cat, this bear was also pint-sized. She was a teenaged mother, with two little mouths to feed and no job (the unemployment rate among bears in the Smokies hovers around ...