Here are the rest of the photos from the trip….
View from the putt-putt course
Another view from the putt-putt course
Jen, Izzy, and I
Woman smoking some ‘baccy
Super weird/creepy hidden area around the putt-putt. Didn’t see any access to this area.
From the “Cars of Hollywood” exhibit
Pecan Pancakes from The Pancake Pantry. That is a mound of butter on the top!
Really cool pottery
The hot salsa I bought. It was really good! I put it on all kinds of foods.
Total Trip distant
Dollywood is a theme park that Dolly Parton puts her stamp of approval on, in Pidgin Forge, TN. It’s a beautiful park that’s very relaxing and has several great roller coasters. Izzy road her first real coaster there and it was also her first time to go upside down. She has the thrill ride bug now!
Again, all of these images are from my phone (Samsung Galaxy S4).
Obligatory theme park entrance sign photo.
Jen, Izzy, and Gillian
I watched this little water fall (can it be called that?) for about 10mins. It was very relaxing
Robert F. Thomas Chapel – “Items found throughout the chapel have a unique history of their own. The windows were first used in the Nancy Academy, the first secondary school in Sevier County. They were donated by D.D. Butler, a Sevier County farmer and businessman. The doors are from the old Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church and originally made by the church’s trustees around 1890. The chapel’s bell was first used in Sevier County’s Williamsburg Academy School; the pews are from the former Sevier County Courthouse.”
The blacksmith! I really enjoyed this display. I remembered this from the first time I visited Dollywood as a kid.
Bald Eagle, they have several eagles in the park.
Close-up of the detail work. This thing was stunning.
One of the tombstones from the graveyard display.
“Izzy, go hop in the coffin and play dead” she couldn’t manage it haha
The biggest roller coaster the park had and it was shutdown for, wait for it, ready now – wasps!
This coaster’s last quarter of the ride was done in reverse! I really enjoyed it, as did my brother and Izzy, but Jen wasn’t so thrilled about going in reverse.
We’ve been looking forward to this trip for several months and the time finally came to get to TN! We met my brother’s family there and rented a 3 story cabin. The cabin was great! I didn’t take too many pictures of it – I should have got more! We took all of our dogs and they loved the view from the patio. We spent a lot of time on the patio, when were were at the cabin. It was very relaxing. There’s rumor of a bear, Calvin, that visits the cabin. We never saw Calvin, but you better believe I was on the look out!
The last night we were there we carved some pumpkins! Can you tell which one was Izzy’s?
All of these images are from my Galaxy S4, I did take some DSLR pics, but not many.
Part 2 coming soon – Dollywood!
Awesome stone wall that was about 2 miles long on both sides of the road – on the back roads of Kentucky
Surprisingly, the colors were more plentiful in the foothills (both north and south of Gatlinburg), but we did have some color to enjoy while on the porch.
Theo watching the wild life
Ginger making sure everything is in check
Is this Calvin?!
The loft that was attached the bedroom that Jen and I used
Jack-o-lantern with the fire on. We used that fireplace a lot.
October is one of my most favorite months of the year! My wife has done a wonderful job decorating the house. We’ve added a few new things to our never ending Halloween decorations this year. First is a lamp that Jen’s cousin gave to her – it’s really great! We’ve also got a few new things from Yankee Candle from their “Boney Bunch” series. Unfortunately, for the rest of the family, all of the M&Ms are gone from the dish. I’ll have to get a few pictures of our new things and post them here.
For now – I have a picture of a little ink/watercolor artwork I did of a Jack-o-lantern.
I captured this on my phone (Galaxy S4) on my 4-mile, Saturday morning walk.
Beautiful cloud structure tonight in Indy.