We hiked up in July on a Wednesday and didn't get up there til 2:00. Needless to say, the younger child was upset because she wanted to see them.
What time do these guys get up there?
I really ejoy reading your every morning.I would like to know how to get some of your pictures.
1 - 2 - 3, Let's give it up for the Llamas! Thanks to Alan for the work you put in.
Hello to the Llama crew! Thanks for all you do to help the lodge run smoothly.
So when do you typically see your first snow up there? I know you have to get through fall first, but love seeing the snow pictures!!
I sent my sister up to Grotto Falls on Mon. she had never been to the Smokys before, she called me from the fall and was so happy she was crying.She got to hike with Alan and the Llamas,she had so much fun thanks Alan for everything you do for all you do.
Love your pictures and comments!! Look forward to checking out the blog everyday. Quick question-what is the smoke that I see on the Look Rock webcam? Controlled burn?
@brenda smith...thank you so much for the mention of Look Rock webcam!!!!I didn't know about this...thanks again.
Smoke could be from fire in dismal swamp,
What a wonderful picture, I think the Llama caravan is one of the things that fasinate me the most, thanks for the picture of them, very colorful!
Good morning, folks at the lodge; I just got through serving breakfast to the inmates I monitor here where I work and I began thinking about having breakfast up on the mountain ! Sure would be a treat to do that this morning ! I'm curious as to what time you have to begin preparations for the lodge morning meal ? Anyway, I sure wish I were there right now ! Have a great Sunday.
Oh Where, Oh Where is Ms Allyson???
?????? Now Im homesick :( lol...
Just wondering how things are up on the top....I sure am missing the daily dose of LeConte.
Add my laments to the above about daily dosages. Hope all the rain didn't wash the mountain away! Hurry back soon.
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