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!
Summer sorta starts this weekend in the Smokies, with another BBQ Fest, and the re-opening of a renovated landmark, post-wildfires. Gatlinburg is back, baby! Dive into rafting and splashing, and start planning your Summer trip with Visit My Smokies!
Our latest Smokies video is all wet. And pretty hot.
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.
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!
St. Pat’s Day is gone, but there’s one place in the Smokies that goes green for the entire month. In the latest video from Visit My Smokies I explain the connection between Ireland and the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge.
Ten-thousand-and-some-views of different Studio B videos heading into and over the weekend. TYVM, as always. And if you didn’t watch any of ’em, pretend you didn’t see this post and no one will be embarrassed. The latest video for the Smokies is all March and magic and music.
Fast cars first in this FunCast for the Smokies via Visit My Smokies!
Four inches of snow officially in Sevierville, near Pigeon Forge. NOW what would you do in the Smokies? Watch the FUNcast, via Visit My Smokies!