Love this picture.
I love the pictures especially the one of the lodge in the snow. Keep them coming!!!!!
Beautiful photos . What type of camera are you using ? Being I live in Alabama , we don't see too much of the white stuff . I look each day for your posts . Thank you for the great shots .
8-14 inches of snow in higher elevations with wind chill -15, this weekend.
Alex,I assume that the trap beneath the sink is what is freezing. Disconnect the trap under the sink and let the water drain out on the ground under the kitchen. Enjoy the snow!!
Your pictures are amazing!We love to check them daily. What an incredible way to spend the winter!
Thank you for the beautiful photos.
Absolutely beautiful photos! Beyond words! Haven't seen such snow since '93 when we had the "Great Blizzard" here in the Tennessee Valley. It has to be physically hard just to stay warm?Wanda
let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.....
Love the photos ! Hope to see you this year in the snow...but NO... not next week ! BBRRRRrrrrrr
You are one brave soul, stay warm. Hope to get up there soon to enjoy the snow and views. Thanks for the pics, beautiful!
Beautiful pics Alex ! With all those beautiful shots you could make one heck of a daily winter calendar. Keep up the great work...its appreciated much !!
In a word....BRRRRRRRR!!!!! and that goes for here in west TN. Wind chill early Monday morning was -9 at my house. We didn't get nearly the amount of the white stuff NOAA was threatening us with but that is fine with me! I'm not sure what people around here would do with any more than we got. Love the pics. and enjoy then while I stay nice and warm. I have been up to LeConte, for work purposes, a few times when Alum Cave trail was a bit dicey w/ice but no snow and it scared the heck out of me then.
Thanks for the Pics, So happy to see the snow and will be up there this December to play cards and check out the views. It's always so much better in the winter.
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