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I am back from the Great Smoky Mountains.
For four days, my family and I stayed in a log cabin in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Until two weeks before, I didn't even know about the Smokies. It was one of the best vacations I have ever had, with beautiful views and wild life. I saw two black bears, numerous pioneer log cabins, and herds of deer. Everyday I hiked at least 4 miles along streams and rivers. Every part of the park I saw was a breath-taking photo-opportunity.
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A storybook scene. When I was hiking, I thought I would run into dwarfs dressed in colorful cloth jumping on mushrooms and little white fairies flying around me. Sadly, I did not see either of them.
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"WARNING! Stand AWAY from the bear!" The ranger yelled as I approached the bear for this photo.
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Save the Fraser fir!
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Although Lola was not allowed on majority of the trails, we were able to fine a nature trail that allowed dogs. As you can tell, she enjoyed every part of the hike.
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More on the Smoky Mountains later this week.
p.s. No signs of little birdie, I now have to dispose the blue egg before it becomes stinky :(