WASHINGTON — Having been to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park any number of times, and given that it’s the most visited of all our parks, we didn’t expect it to generate any off the beaten path reports during a recent visit. I’m happy to report we were wrong.
Did you know it was possible to enter the Smokies from the north and completely miss Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg? Driving in through the tiny town of Wears Valley, we noticed a sign in front of a local church advertising a potluck dinner and talk by a park ranger the following night.
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