Thursday, November 15, 2012
Just when you think all the leaves should be on the ground, a stunning red and yellow tree jumps into sight. Not all the leaves are down in the Smokies. Of course, winter hiking is the best with amazing vistas and the evergreens and rhododendrum cover the trails like tunnels year round. Our bed and breakfast guests adventure out according to their ambition and interest to over 800 miles of trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Culinary arts classes have been a favorite this year with pie baking and sweet roll baking the top favorites. Ask about our fondue dinners at the our close to Gatlinburg bed and breakfast farm beginning in December. Great gift certificate idea for your last minute Christmas shopping for Tennessee bed and breakfast visits. We had a campfire this morning but enjoyed breakfast inside--huevos rancheros with salsa and avocado and sunny side up ranch eggs.