Cades Cove Images
September 12, 2013 § 3 Comments
Harrison has discovered the magnification feature in Windows and no longer has to strain with head bent toward the computer screen to make out the details. It’s not a cure all but sure does help.
So here are some images from the June/July week at Cades Cove. There is a road around the perimeter of the valley which passes by the several homes, barns, and churches that belonged to the settlers before the government took possession. At the far side of the drive is a visitor center the grounds of which contain examples of all the various activities that were located in the valley such as a blacksmith, miller, etc.. It is a pleasant stroll through the grounds.
It rained most of the time we were there but Mark and Charlotte had rented a cabin (house) and we were able to play games, cook some, and stay dry there.
I hope the posting of this goes through. There are a lot of pixels. If they get through, WordPress will resized the images. Sorry for the poor quality.