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At our first night at an airbnb, we were made to feel very welcome by Vicki and Buddy, they showed us to a very lovely large bedroom with an onsuite. Having slept very well the next morning we left early for Gatlinburg, the second attempt! No short cuts, no scenic routes just the Interstate all the way. We had to pass through Pigeon Forge and we were amazed by the buildings ( if you can call them that ). A play ground ...
What a day! This morning we left the motel after three very comfortable nights to set off for Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Tennessee. We crossed the border into Tennessee from North Carolina after 45 minutes. We found Gatlinburg very busy as they were preparing for a midnight grand 4th July parade. Already people had put their chairs out along the pavement ready for the evening. Thinking Pigeon Forge...Dolly Parton's home town, would be the same and as time was ...
... we kept him just watching.
We moved on from there and eventually we found a spot along the road that had easy access to the river. We knew Harley would want to get in so we unloaded him and took him down to the water. The cold didn’t faze him a bit. He wanted to do more than we would let him since he had to stay on his leash. He played for quite a while and Cheryl decided she would take her shoes off and wade in with him. He seemed to like that ...
... adults in and around it, too. The water was cool and refreshing. It was almost nicer when you got out and the breeze hit you while you were wet. We followed that up with a shower in the park’s facilities.
We headed back home and Harley was sprawled out on our bed. I guess we forgot to close the pocket door to the bedroom. Oh well. He seems to like it there so I guess that is fine.
I started writing again while Cheryl worked ...
... rivers that run full. There is a demon plant, Kudzu, an import from Asia years ago to help control erosion, that is literally smothering everything in its path here and in many other states. Very large areas have the appearance of being covered in
a heavy green, leaf-covered net that masks the shape of everything it has covered. This vine grows at the rate of ...