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19 March 2008


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at least three posts already and you're not yet in Gatlinburg. Good luck on your Gatlinburg hunting!


In truth, Sevierville and Pigeon Forge (so close they are indistinguishable one from the other) are strategically located between I-40 and Gatlinburg as a buffer zone. They have probably been Gatlinburgs real salvation, by distracting enough would-be visitors to keep Gatlinburg from being pulverized by the traffic and washing away in the "crik"! But if you're determined enough to make it through, Gatlinburg is well worth the effort!


I just drove 8 hours to Sevierville to attend the Mountain Quiltfest. I bought wine at the Applewood wine barn. Yummm. We stayed in a cabin and it was wonderful. Sewing, food, hot tub. Happy gal.


Jeju-Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and reading my stories. That is how my traveling works, like I said we aren't the most efficient travelers, but we get there eventually!

Fred-That makes perfect sense about protecting Gatlinburg from too many tourists. As you read on you will learn that I truly did like Gatlinburg when I finally got to see it. Glad you told me what to look for!!

Karen-I loved our cabin, as you will hear about in my next post and I am going to have to go back to enjoy the hot tub and the overall peace and quiet.Thanks for stopping by!

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