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- From Pisgah to Cherokee on the Blue Ridge Parkway 14 hours ago The Blue Ridge Parkway stretches for 469 miles through the Appalachians in the states of North Carolina and Virginia, a ribbon of road connecting Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks. Owned and managed by the US Park Service, the Parkway picks up where the Skyline Drive leaves off,...
- Oconaluftee River 2 days ago On our way into Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Newfound Gap Road we came through Cherokee NC, at which time we passed right by the Oconaluftee Visitor Center; this was actually where we saw our very first elk (a small part of the Cataloochee Valley herd has split off and now lives in the...
- A night in Cataloochee Valley 4 days ago Cataloochee Valley from the overlookThere are two ways into Cataloochee Valley. The first and most direct route involves about 11 miles of winding mountain roads, 3 of which are gravel. A second, more scenic route is to take highway Route 32 (the Old Cataloochee Turnpike) from Cosby, TN, a good 14...
- Mingo Falls and Cherokee, NC 6 days ago To the south of Great Smoky Mountains National Park are the town of Cherokee and the Cherokee Indian Reservation (Qualla Boundary). The home of the eastern band of the Cherokee Indians*, the sovereign nation is also the southern gateway to the Smokies, which is how we came to be in Cherokee; we had...
- Behind Grotto Falls 1 week ago After the mountain vistas and high peaks of the previous day, I wanted to show the boys a different side of Great Smoky Mountains National Park; one of moist hardwood coves, abundant animal life, towering trees and fragrant forests that in my mind embody this National Park. The timing of our visit...
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19:15 PM October 14, 2012
Reviewing all entries, this one looks good, pleasure to read and unique insights also
21:06 PM October 14, 2012
Interesting descriptions on travels through Europe with kid-friendly activity advice and wonderful photographs. Often humorous entries, about attempting to recreate a recipe with ingredients commonly found in the US, but not so common in France.
19:08 PM October 15, 2012
very informative and interesting to read. I would compare them to Rick Steves narratives. The photos are outstanding
16:24 PM October 17, 2012
Heartfelt account of raising kids abroad and the challenges that raises. Informative for anyone needing expat information while living in France. Amazing photos documenting travels in and around France.
00:32 AM October 22, 2012
Literate, sincere, humorous, and personal writing allows readers a wonderful window into one expat family's adventures in Europe - both the exciting and positive as well as the frustrations. BEAUTIFUL photographs!
03:48 AM December 12, 2012
I would love to live in France! But I don't, and that's why I started following this blog. Awesome pictures, but the best was hearing about her pregnancy... I thought having a baby in the US was hard, and here everyone speaks English!