Sevierville, my you have grown!

Driving in the rain does get old.  It seems like every time we get ready to move from place to place, Mother Nature does not care to cooperate.
We arrived in Sevierville, TN on Friday, May 9, 2014, in the rain, uneventfully though, thank goodness.  Upon our arrival, we could not tell where Pigeon Forge ended and Sevierville began.  I was amazed by how much this place has grown.  The last time we were in the area was about 2 years ago.  We rented a cabin for Christmas and were joined by all the kids. 

The campground we are staying at is Cove Creek RV Resort and it is in the Wears Valley area.  There we were met by Linda and Walter West, and joined them for a meet and greet at the clubhouse.  

On Tuesday, May 13, 2014, we decided to go for a drive around Cades Cove.  Cades Cove, for those who have yet to have the pleasure of knowing this place, is an 11 mile one-way loop road, where you can see deer and other wildlife.  It has an incredible feel of serenity and it is a beautiful place to visit.  Much to our surprise, we had the opportunity of seeing deer, “three” black bears, wild turkeys, and even a pileated woodpecker.


On Thursday, we drove the area.  The views in this area are spectacular.   Gatlinburg with the Smokies as a backdrop.

The sky lift to Ober Gatlinburg

Our view from the campground

Tomorrow morning we will leave Sevierville, TN and on to Greenville, SC. we will go.

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