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Old Sep 26, 2007, 10:36 AM   #1
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My wife and I spent the past few days in Gatlinburg, TN and here are a few photos from the trip.



Unforltunately, my trip planning left a bit to be desired and we were there about two weeks ahead of the Fall Foilage

From the Blue Ridge Parkway in NC.







The view from our cabin in Gatlinburg.







Several from Clingmans Dome, the first from the parking lot and the rest from the trail and at the top.



















A Small creek in the Picnic area at the "Chimneys"







A Couple from a Saturday Bike ride at Cades Cove.













More in next post.






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Old Sep 26, 2007, 10:39 AM   #2
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Unfortunately, Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina are in the throes of a terrible drought. So, there isn't much water in the streams.



Laurel Falls, after a 1.2 mile hike with a 300' elevation rise.









Fall foilage, such as it was.







Grotto Falls after another 1.2 mile hike, but with a 500' elevation rise.

















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Old Sep 26, 2007, 11:38 AM   #3
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Great pictures, enjoyed the series. Butdouble thumbs up on picture #7!


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Great pictures, enjoyed the series. Butdouble thumbs up on picture #7!

Hi Eddy,

I'm with Ishino on #7. The soft water look always attracts my attention.

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Wonderful series, Eddy! Hope you & your wife had a nice vacation & (after all of the hiking) were able to get some rest:-). #7 is definitely my favorite as well....very nice job!

Thanks for sharing!
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Beautiful pictures from a beautiful part of the United States!

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Beautiful pictures from a beautiful part of the United States!

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Great photos...So when I get there on the 9th of October it should be the best for foliage??? LOL I finally planned one right.



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Very nice shots, I love that part of the country.

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Wonderful shots of a beautiful place. I can't wait until my next visit to Gatlinburg!

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