There’s a troll bridge in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains are rich in history and full of hidden gems. Through the sands of time, these lost landmarks become something of whimsical fantasies. An old spring house becomes a fairy house. A trail connection becomes a hidden, abandoned tunnel. And an ordinary stone bridge becomes a moss-covered troll bridge. This troll bridge … Continue reading There’s a troll bridge in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

“Must See” Smoky Mountain waterfalls

Smoky Mountain Rafting chose four “must see” Smoky Mountain waterfalls. I have hiked Grotto Falls a couple of times and that is a good hike for me. I like Grotto because you can go behind the falls. I would love to try the rainbow Falls….maybe this summer.  1. Mouse Creek Falls If you love history … Continue reading “Must See” Smoky Mountain waterfalls

John Ownby’s 1860 Cabin

The John Ownby Cabin is a historic cabin in Sevier County, Tennessee, United States. Located in The Sugarlands, it lies within the boundaries of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It was built in 1860, and is the last surviving structure from the pre-park Forks-of-the-River community. At the time, this valley was populated with three small Appalachian communities: Forks-of-the-River, Sugarlands, and Fighting Creek. The valley … Continue reading John Ownby’s 1860 Cabin