Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Strolling around Whisperwood with an intimate Gatlinburg wedding




Sometimes Indian summer in Tennessee lasts all winter! Our gorgeous November 16th wedding of Chad and Amy was perfect for her gown, with warm sunshine and glowing light. They chose inside the chapel for their vows, but a stroll around the grounds before the wedding cake gave opportunity for romantic moments. Our Cosby Creek tumbles by the old cabin. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just up the road. Our horses, Australian shepherds and mountain scenery make every visit a romantic moment. Best wishes to Chad and Amy, childhood sweethearts! May the mountains go with you.




My horse Dreamcatcher likes to welcome guests to Creekwalk Inn. He is just 4 and a Thorcheron, a big fellow who has jumped all our electric fences so he gets his own five foot high paddock. Any dressage riders out there who are dedicated to gentle beginnings for horses? By the way, a Thorcheron is a cross between a Thoroughbred and a Percheron. My other friends at Whisperwood are Griffin, my year old Australian shepherd, of course others, too! Will share their antics in future posts.
Thanksgiving this year should be glorious with all organic vegetables and a turkey from Earth Fare...lots of rooms open still, so come and bring the family! A Gatlinburg Thanksgiving can't be beat with Christmas lights, maybe an early snowfall in the Smokies, hiking and relaxing by the wood fire.








Janice Haynes
Creekwalk Inn Bed and Breakfast and Cabins at Whisperwood Farm, Great Smoky Mountains, Cosby, TN

1 comment:

  1. What a great place! A beautiful spot to enjoy this time of the year. Thanks.

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