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Smoky Mountains 2013 149

Smoky Mountains 2013 150

My recent trip to the Smokey Mountains resulted in these beautiful shots of the clouds over the peaks. The best part was driving through the misty clouds on twisty-turny roads up and down the Tennessee and North Carolina Smokeys. Clearly, this is an example of why they are called the “Smokey Mountains”.

 

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What good is living life if you don't share all the experiences, mistakes, and knowledge you have gained? I am a grandmother, a Jr. High Teacher for 15 years, a wife of 31 years, a mother of two grown children, and I want to share my experiences.

8 responses »

  1. Nice shot …I have been there as well….

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  2. Reblogged this on 20 Lines A Day and commented:
    It has been so long since I have written a blog post. I am happy to share with 20 lines. Enjoy the day, everyone! :)

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  3. flamingo506@comcast.net

    Frank and I also love the Smokies. Glad you had fun.

    Mary N.

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      Thanks, Mary. It was a beautiful, scenic trip. We stayed in Gaitlinburg, up the mountain with gorgeous views. Everything is so green. I hope all is well with you, Frank and family. Love ya Jamie :-)

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  4. Well done for the challenge!

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  5. Beautiful! My brother lives in those mountains and having trucked through them so often even on a sunny say I have see a smoky sense to them

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