The Trip: Great Smoky Mountains

I’m back again to bring all of you Deviants another rendering of The Trip so sit back and enjoy.

Well fall is upon all of my northern hemisphere friends so as the weather begins to change I’ve decided to bring you a little piece on a place that has always looked like a wonderful fall travel destination, the Great Smoky Mountains. If you’re unaware of the location of this smaller piece of the Appalachian Mountains it’s located in Tennessee and North Carolina. The beauty of the area is due to the great variety of plant and wildlife that can be found throughout and the accessibility of a large amount of it, which is probably why it’s one of the most visited national parks in the United States. One of the main reasons that I’ve wanted to go, especially this time of the year, is because with the vast amount of different trees in the area there are so many colors to be seen on a hike through. Another method of transportation through the area would be by water which would add an interesting and unique perspective for things to see. Along with the nature side of things the area is steeped rich in history which is great for any history buffs out there that enjoy going to areas of cultural significance. Though the area may be relatively small the Great Smoky Mountains definitely would be a place to check off the bucket list for any fall lovers that may be out there due to the awesome colors that can be seen throughout.

Have any of you been to the Great Smoky Mountains? Let me know about it in the comments below and don’t forget to keep coming back for more new material. Now go forth my Deviants and dream big!

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