Microtel Inn By Wyndham Knoxville
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Today we drove to Cades Cove in Smoky Mountain National Park. Because it was through the mountains, the road was slow but picturesque. We stopped at a picnic area for lunch, then continued on towards the Cades Cove loop. Part way along the loop, we hiked to the Abrams Falls. About a 5 m hike ...
Today we drove through the center of the park. We did a short trail walk in the afternoon and then headed to Clingman's dome (6643ft high) for sunset - around 5:30. There were snow banks on the sides of the road as we drove up to Clingman's dome trailhead. At times along the way, you would see little snowmen that people would have built. They had an early snowfall 2 days ...
... Pigeon Forge is like a cross between Wasaga Beach and Las Vegas. Lots of carnival type attractions/ amusements plus venues for their version of the Opry, Hatfield and McCoy dinner theater, Dollywood etc. Got a campsite at Eagle's Nest campground- staying for 3 ...
Drove 220 miles in 3.5 hours.
We arrived at Karen's aunt Suzanne's place around mid- afternoon, perfect timing for a hay ride and pumpkin pick expedition.
So we jumped into the car with Robbie, Suzanne and their 2 year old daughter Christie for the 1 hour drive to the farm. After the swampy low land country of GA and SC it was a welcome change to enter mountain country. The scenery was spectacular with ...
... 57 degrees and to the original building that was the headquarters. Jack Daniels died, indirectly, from a broken toe. His nephew, Lem Motlow, ran the business and built it into an institution with diehard followers. I swear, Bud could be Lem's twin!
Huge stainless steel vats of fermenting corn mash occupied an entire building. The great cauldrons were spitting and bubbling. Ron told us to bend down and get a whiff of ...