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... reminded me more of the Blanco River in the Texas Hill Country. Of course it was gorgeous and we stopped a few places to take pics.
Then we drove back into crazy Gatlinburg. What a contrast. Now remember it is Saturday. And Gatlinburg’s traffic makes Houston look pretty calm. We couldn’t wait to get back to the hotel so we could park our car. ...
... I can easily say these are the largest waterfalls I have ever seen. It was definitely worth the detour. And did I mention they even had a rainbow going across it? Can’t see a rainbow without thinking of God and seeing it in this environment only made me
appreciate his world so much more.
Next stop – SEC School #5 – University of Tennessee. It ...
... could see them die a little bit inside! Feeling a little worn out, and a tad bored of the national parks, we drove round a bit more, before exiting and driving through one of the bordering towns, Pigeon Forge. This place was a bit nutty. I have never seen so many adventure golf, and go karting places on one street. There were so many that you wouldn't believe me if I told you, not that I counted! We however, had our heart set on dinner, so we stopped in for some super ...
... climb right after lunch and it was tough. At this point our legs were just about dead. As we were climbing it started to downpour. Scott, an alum from last year, was wonderful, driving up and down the parkway telling us how many more miles to the top, shouting encouragement. We pushed on and on and stopped every half mile or mile to shake out our legs. And when we made it to the top not only were the views beautiful, but we made it to ...
... LONGEST, most BEAUTIFUL climbs I have ever experienced up the Blue Ridge Parkway. It was demoralizing to say the least, but most of our group faced the adversity with the attitude of "welp, it's gotta happen regardless." It sucked for sure. But the views were just astounding. The second and longest ascent up the Great Smokies led us directly to the Tenessee and North Carolina ...
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