On Top of Old Smoky

On Top of Old Smoky

We left McCayesville around 9:30 this morning. Rather than going straight to I75, we took a longer route across Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The same old Smoky made famous by the song “On top of Old Smoky all covered in cheese, I lost my poor meatball when somebody sneezed…”

Although it was foggy at the top it was still worth the trip.


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