Hope you all had a great Memorial Weekend. Our church people got together for a picinc. I also want to say a BIG THANKS to those who have served and are serving in the armed forces. Some of those that I know are: My Family- Mark Keith Jon Heath Adam Rich Uncle Tom Uncle Arlan Uncle Dan Uncle Howard Grandpa Durfee Grandpa Clark Friends- Brad Bird Josh Hooper Joe Hooper Darin Hardy
Thank you for everthing you have done and are going to be doing.
On the fifth day of our vacation we mostly went to the different shops and got a few gifts and things. Then we went to a family fun center and the little boys enjoyed riding the trains and the little kids things. Also the Big boys liked riding the Go karts. Then we went back to the cabin to pack and be ready to head home the next morning.
On the fourth day of our vacation we went to The National Park. The boys probably did enjoy it as much a he adults because we were in the car alot. We got out at the spots where we could get Pics. We also stopped at one of the few rest rooms and there was Picnic tables for us to eat lunch. When I say few bathrooms that is not an understatement. In three hours of driving we only saw two bathrooms. Anyway we had a lot of fun. We went on a trail back to some watrfalls at Deep Creek. On the way back we saw some elk. I was able to get pretty close to them. That was our day in a nutshell. I have lots of Pics but not enough room to show them all.
Entrance to the Great smoky mountains It had snowed in the Mountains the night before. It was beautiful. There were some pretty creeks and waterfalls. Brandon enjoying lunch at one of the few Rest areas. HEHE A little homestead thatyou could tour and walk around. Dan by the creek at the homestead. Gina by the creek at the homestead. The Morford's by the creek. The main house at the Homestead. Waiting in line for the outhouse. Just kidding Jeremy and Dan on a big rock out over a creek. They got Tricia and I to go out there. It wasn't bad it was just a little slippery. Elk in the Great Smoky Mtns Bull Elk in the Smokies. We also drove through the Cherokee Indian Reservation.