It’s currently -4 degrees and above the clouds up top. Yesterday’s high was 20 degrees with an overnight low of -6. We have .25” of snow on the ground. There have been numerous road closures due to ice and snow – including Hwy 441 between Cherokee and Gatlinburg.
Hot chili kept me warm as I awaited the final hour of 2017. The clouds had cleared, leaving an inversion below. Above the clouds, we marched to the Cliff Top. Bundled up in negative temperatures, I welcomed the new year…
…fireworks thundered below.
More tired than the day before, I woke before the sunrise. I was excited to see the new year sun. My camera soon went into action – capturing the morning colors. It was going to be a great new year.
“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” - George Eliot