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June 2019 Vacation: Smoky Mountain Hiking Day

There's nothing quite like a day where you can do some Smoky Mountain hiking on vacation. That's exactly what this area presents, with its diverse mix of things to do for people of all ages and of different interests. As... Continue Reading →

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Top 5 Things to Do in Gatlinburg (And Keep in Mind) During the Slow Season

There are tons of things to do in Gatlinburg, even during the slow season. This is defined as the time at the beginning of the year—January and February—when the fewest amount of people visit the area. There are many factors... Continue Reading →

June Vacation Review: Hiking in the Smoky Mountains

It's always exciting to have a day where we can really do some sightseeing—the outdoorsy kind, anyway. I'll be honest: We aren't super enthusiastic hikers, although we do like to set aside a day to make it feel like we... Continue Reading →

January Gatlinburg Trip Report: Day 1

January is usually a time when we sit at home huddled under a blanket wishing it was no longer winter. Yes, all of us have a tinge of that seasonal disorder in the winter in which, here in the north,... Continue Reading →

Gatlinburg June Vacation: Part Two

Tuesday Day 3 was Tuesday and that meant it was time to explore the majestically beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Our hike this year was Laurel Falls--our second time here but our son's first. The day started out perfect... Continue Reading →

Coming Soon to Gatlinburg: New Attractions and Our June Trip

We are now in the middle of May, so that means less than three weeks until our annual summer trip to Gatlinburg. I just wanted to say a few random things about what I've observed from seven hours away as... Continue Reading →

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