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Saturday, 12 July 2008

Shenandoah & Great Smoky Mountains

Shenandoah and The Great Smoky Mountains were the very first National Parks we visited in The States. It was green, lush and beautiful. Unfortunately I had grossly underestimated our driving times as I didn't realise that the scenic drive was so windy!! Never mind we just extended our time there by a couple more days (ahhh, the beauty of road trips!)

This is just a little bit of what these beautiful parks had to offer of us:






11 comments:

Erin said...

gorgeous! I love all three of them :)

Paz said...

beautiful and peaceful-looking.

paz

Judi FitzPatrick said...

Fantastic shots, hope you decide to list them on Etsy.

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Winderful country.Nice photos/

Hey Harriet said...

With scenes like that it must have been an amazing road trip!

Shannon said...

I SO want to go there based on your pics alone. Where is it located?

ppdesigns said...

Hi shannon! It's on the east side of america - Shenandoah is in Virginia and it becomes The Smokies which is in tennesse and nth carolina! It is huge, beautiful with lots of wondeful walking tracks! You should def go - i think it is meant to be even prettier in autumn (fall) when the leaves have changed colour.

Rosebud Collection said...

Beautiful, beautiful pictures..There is so much beauty on this earth and you sure did capture some of it..Thanks..

Fog and Thistle said...

My parents drove us down there when I was about 7 or 8 years old. It is such a beautiful place. Thanks for bringing me back!

Sandra Ree said...

You've got a great eye for beauty! Nice shots! :)

Damselle Jewelry said...

WoW! Absolutely beautiful! I'd love to take my husband to the Smokey Mountains sometime.