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Cades Cove, Tennessee





Have you ever visited "Cades Cove", Tennessee, within the Great Smoky Mtns.? 

It is an 11 mile loop. Such gorgeous views, no matter sun or rain. It was a bit blue, bits of rain here and there. There were lots of photographers trying to grab a great shot. It was fun to see. Every one was enjoying the views.

If you recall Gatlinburg had been through recent fires, so it was quite sad to see all the destruction. I sure hope that all who lost items will soon find a way to rebuild, etc. Fun to think about they way folks use to travel in the olden days. Hope you are well today and enjoy your visit. Thanks for stopping by. Be Well & Be Blessed!! Beth ( ; 

Comments

Sandi said…
I love this! The fence, the house, the view...looks like a good place to be.
Been there! Don't you just love it! Great photos.
George said…
We hope you enjoyed your visit to our part of the world. We think Cades Cove is a wonderful place to visit regardless of the weather or the time of year.
This N That said…
I have never been to that part of the country..Love the old cabinet..great pictures..Wonderful fence!!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Cades Cove is not unfamiliar to me. Another blogging friend has posted photos of this place. You captured wonderful images of this scenic place.
William Kendall said…
Beautiful shots! I haven't been to the Great Smoky area, but I'd love to visit someday.
Linda said…
I was there years ago... wow, it's been decades! Lovely place!
Rose said…
Been there, and will say you were approx an hour from where I grew up...my mailing address was Cumberland Gap, TN...I still consider it home.

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