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After meeting lots of friends in NYC and New Jersey, we are heading to the smoky mountain.
Gatlinburg in Tennessee has been chosen for our stay.
Car, water bottle, drone are loaded, let's head here !!!!
More information and photos and video are upcoming.
Thank you all. ...
... saw a couple of chickens running around and stopped to get some pictures. Suddenly, I heard through a megaphone a ranger scream “Step away from the wild animal!” Surely, she couldn’t have been scolding me about getting too close to a chicken. They’re not really wild! No, it was some idiot getting too close to the elk. And he was completely ignoring the ranger. She repeated her command to ...
Once back at the cars, we split up. Justine and the others were heading straight back to Smokemont Campground to meet the rest of our group who were coming out for the weekend. Sandy and I wanted to get some more waterfalls along the way. Leaving the Snowbird area, we made a quick stop at the boat ramp next to the Cheoah Ranger Station for some nice views of fall foliage on Lake Santeetlah. Then we returned ...
Leaving from Rosman, we got back on US-64 West and continued past Cashiers, Highlands, Cullasaja Gorge, Franklin. About 12 miles past Franklin, we turned onto Wallace Gap Road and then onto Forest Service Road 67 towards Standing Indian Campground. We drove this forest road for several miles past the campground to the trailhead for Big Laurel Falls Trail (#29) and Timber Ridge Trail. After a fairly long drive, it was nice to get out of the cars and go for ...
... like 300 square miles. The Smokies, themselves a giant forest, are bordered by national forests such as the Chattahoochee, Cherokee, and Nantahala, and all together, the area boasts over 3,000 square miles of trees. No wonder John was overwhelmed!
His assessment of the park wasn’t all bad. "It is very clean here," he said later, "the trails in the Lake District are littered with cans and bottles and such." It is true that there is little trash in the backcountry, ...