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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 !!!!
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... over Raven Fork to eat lunch and I climbed down on the rocks to get some pictures. Raven Fork Falls, an eight-foot cascade, was here though it’s a bit of a stretch calling it a waterfall. After lunch, we started hiking back. The climb back up Enloe Creek Falls was strenuous, but the pretty fall colors provided an opportunity to for frequent breaks. Once back on Hyatt Ridge Trail, it was all downhill back to ...
... a lot of time here. A couple quick pictures and then we headed back to the car and started making our way towards Smokemont. We stopped for fast food in Bryson City and then continued past Cherokee to Smokemont Campground. After finding the group sites, we set up our tent as darkness began to fall on the mountains. Once we were set up, we made some drinks and socialized around the campfire before heading to ...
... with their nasal superpowers, being drawn to the chocolate chip snack bar that Julie undoubtedly had forgotten in her jacket pocket just as she had on our first night out.
Eventually, I dozed off. By the time I awoke in the morning, the rain had stopped, for which I was grateful. Our final day was less than five miles, but I still didn’t want to hike it in the rain.
There was no sign that the bears had visited during the night. No prints or scat. ...
... of driving to get here and I am let down. Once I am done with this entry, I am going to draft a letter to congress and tell them to take their next recess at Custer State Park in South Dakota. This is a place deserving of National Park status that is still has not received. Perhaps when BP discovers oil under the land the tree huggers will come out and help Custer gain the status that it deserves.
We did have one very funny story while here. On the ...