Monday, July 21, 2014

Coffee, a campfire -- it's great in the Smokies

Nothing like a campfire and coffee in the Smokies
When it heats up in July down in south Mississippi, its time to head to the mountains. 

Wifey and I are on the way, having left today (Monday) with a one-night stopover in Marietta, GA.

Tuesday morning we will be setting our sights on setting up camp at our site in Elkmont Campground in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

There’s anticipation of cooler nights (and having a campfire), taking a few walks around the campground, travels to favorite picnic areas, and historical spots and a trek over to Pigeon Forge maybe to buy some new clothes. And the usual visit to Walmart in Sevierville for more food.

This will be the second time this year we’ve made our way to the area around Gatlinburg.

We’ve also scheduled to be up here in mid September.

We’re on the road now and don’t know about posting on Tuesday because we’ll be tied up traveling and then being in a place without Internet access.

So I’m sending out this short post on Monday and hoping that by next week, we once again will be at a location (possibly Starbucks in Sevierville) to make a scheduled post.

If not, then we’ll post whenever possible.

Have fund this summer, stay out of the heat, and head on up to the Smokies. It’s usually great up here — anytime of the year.

Next post: July 29, 2014

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