A quick look back at some Summer Smokies highlights, and a glance at a (briefly) warmer vacation forecast. Our Smoky Mountain vacation updates are powered by Visit My Smokies.
My future’s so bright…you gotta press PLAY. (For more information on one of the video topics, please call VR-549.) I cover the last days of August for Visit My Smokies!
I channel Casey and track Dolly and the Eclipse, all in three quick minutes via Visit My Smokies, which is where you should go before you go on vacation.
The One Where We Stream A Stream. It’s the latest vacation FUNcast for Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville, sponsored as always by Visit My Smokies.
Dogs and cats aren’t living together, but there are dogs driving through tunnels in the Smokies. But do they honk? And why is the Fourth Of July a big deal in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge? All is explained, and of course there’s a look at the vacation forecast, courtesy of Visit My Smokies!
Don’t tell the authorities, but I officially declare it to be Summer In The Smokies in the latest vacation video via Visit My Smokies. Press play for picnics and fishing and floating. And butterflies!
Our latest Smokies video is all wet. And pretty hot.
It rained on her parade, so Dolly Parton just wheeled out her Popemobile. Watch to see some clips and see where it snowed 7 inches last weekend in the Smokies. This video is made possible by Visit My Smokies.
I’m not normally the jealous type, but I am coveting the temps the Smokies have had lately. BTW: Just under 25,000 views from videos from the one-man weather wolf pack over the past week. Thanks as always for watching, listening, reading whatever/wherever.
One way to get some sun today. Watch the Smoky Mountain update. It could hit 90 today in the Land Of Dolly!
Over 20,000 plays of my voice in various stages of decay over the last week with all the video partners. Thanks for your patience, and here’s the latest FUNcast via the Croak from the Smokes.
What’s up in the Smokies this weekend, plus a mysterious appearance by a “staff announcer” named “Jennifer.” What’s up with that? Watch the video below, sponsored by Visit My Smokies!