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Back in Tennessee

After wandering aimlessly (and loving it) for the last month and a half, we have finally made our way back to Tennessee. This little town, well, it’s not so much a town as an exit off the freeway, is nestled in the mountains and has the Pigeon River running right through it. It consists of a couple of gas stations, an RV park, a few houses and about a half a dozen rafting and adventure companies. Since it is still so early in the year, and tourist season has not yet begun, we have the campground completely to ourselves. This is very beneficial in that we can send the kids out to play without worrying about disturbing other campers. This came in handy this morning since we woke up to snow. The most snow we have seen all winter. Needless to say, we had some very excited kids.

DSC_0746 snow

7 thoughts on “Back in Tennessee

  1. How fun for the kids! Looks like they’ll be able to build a complete snowman! 🙂 I’m glad the white stuff will be gone when we get there. I’ve seen enough of that this winter so far. We’re off to Las Vegas in two days. It’s supposed to be in the low 70’s while we’re there. We’ll be going to see a Nascar race, too. FUN!!! But I’m especially excited for our trip to NC and seeing all of you! See you all soon!!! 🙂 🙂

  2. Brrr! that looks chilly Mariah…good thing that you do not need to drive. Hope that you have still got your winter clothes handy!
    Your Mom is off to Las Vegas..I have been there..I do hope that they have as much fun as we did….but what is a Nascar race?

      • The NASCAR race was a blast!!! But very loud!!! Also did a little gambling, walked the strip and met some of your father’s family that I had never met, cousins and an aunt. We had a very nice trip! Are looking forward to the trip in June!!!

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