Posted by Leif Palmer in Gatlinburg
In case you hadn't noticed, much of the country is embraced in the icy grip of winter. Like it or not, that goes for us here in the Great Smoky Mountains too. And while snow can make for some beautiful scenery, it can also mean being stuck and unable to travel. If you're not visiting us here in the Smokies this week, things will hopefully be more accessible when you do make your next trip to the area.
But if you are already staying in acabin in Gatlinburg, TN or in Wears Valley or Pigeon Forge, you may find that the road conditions are not favorable for getting out and enjoying everything the area has to offer, including the national park.
Not to despair. This week, we'll offer seven suggestions for fun things you can do right there at your cabin or wherever you might be staying in the Smokies. For that matter, if you're snowed in at your own home right now, there are plenty of tips here to help fight off cabin fever, so to speak – especially if you have a tribe of restless kids wreaking havoc in the house.
About Leif Palmer
Leif Palmer loves residing in the Smoky Mountains. He is an avid outdoorsman: rowing for exercise on the lake, trail hiking, and free climbing rocks in the mountains. He indulges his arty side by periodically beating up pieces of marble by sculpting. He is always frustrated by his inability to sink long putts, and hates his curly hair (but his wife loves it). Leif has been known to muster enough courage to change a diaper, and hopes his son will become a chip off the old block.
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