Great Smoky Mountains

Great Smoky Mountains

Great Smoky Mountains

Which country music icon was born in the Great Smoky Mountains? Let me give you a couple of hints. They have written many songs, sung by various artists, notably Whitney Huston who had a huge hit with one of them. Sung hit duets with Kenny Rogers and Willie Nelson. Has a theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Hopefully your answer is Dolly Parton. She was born in Pittman Centre, Sevier County in the Great Smoky Mountains in 1946. As well as Dolly Parton, Ben Jones (Cooter from Dukes of Hazard), Johnny Knoxville and Christina Hendricks were all born in the shadows of the Great Smoky Mountains. Dolly Parton once said, A lot of people don’t realise I came out of the Smoky Mountains with a load of songs.”

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The Great Smoky Mountains are situated on the state lines of Tennessee and North Carolina USA. They are a subrange of The Appalachian Mountains and are commonly shortened to the “Smokies”. Eventually, in 1934 the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established within the Great Smoky Mountains. In fact, this park is the most visited park in the United States with over a 11 million visitors a year. *“The name “Smoky” comes from the natural fog that often hangs over the range and presents as large smoke plumes from a distance. This fog is caused by the vegetation exhaling volatile organic compounds, chemicals that have a high vapor pressure and easily form vapours at normal temperature and pressure”. Additionally, in 2016 the Smokies were devastated by a wildfire that claimed 14 lives and injured 134.

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Surprising Welcome

As a result of a change in our itinerary, thanks to my father in-law. Adding the Great Smoky Mountains turns out to be the best “audible call” we have made this road trip. Consequently, modifying our itinerary we now go via a town called Pigeon Forge. Home to an amazing range of family orientated entertainment, which is total unexpected. In  addition, it is also home to Dollywood and Dollywood Stampede, unfortunately we haven’t time to take in a show. This is only one, of many reasons, we will definitely organise to visit here again and spend time exploring this town.

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However, it obviously is not a secret to Americans as it is incredibly busy. We later find out that this is very normal for this time of year, however it gets busier in summer. In fact, as we get closer to Gatlinburg the amount of people seems to double. Gatlinburg is to be our base for a couple of days and is centrally located to reach many trails and outlooks. Surprisingly, we are also greeted by a black bear foraging on the side of the road. Unfortunately we are unable to get a picture.

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Fall Colours

As Aussies living in Queensland autumn colours is something we don’t see. Consequently, we are amazed by the colours that are on show when we arrive in the Great Smoky Mountains. We have seen movies and TV shows from the USA that show the colours of fall but seeing them close up was truly spectacular. The vivid shades of reds, oranges and yellows blow our minds. As a result, many photographs followed at every vantage point that we stop at. Jaw dropping vistas, stunning water views and picture-perfect vintage cabin scenes are everywhere. Driving along the “Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail” is quickly becoming our favourite destination on this road trip. Looking out over rolling mountains splashed with diverse shades of reds, greens, oranges and yellows is awe inspiring. Images burnt into our memories that will not be forgotten, as well as captured in camera.

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Our next exploration is Cades Cove Loop Road which according to research we may see some wildlife, notably bears. The road leading to this trail is truly breath taking. Winding side by side with Laurel Creek, dropping over small waterfalls and cascading over rocky beds. Trees in the process of changing, providing a canopy of colours of Fall across the road. Driving this trail, we are presented with amazing vista and colours, but unfortunately no bears. The serenity of this gorgeous area is only tainted by the number of vehicles traveling along the trail. Which is ironic, because we are one of those vehicles 😊. I would highly recommend a visit to the Great Smoky Mountains if you have the chance. Ultimately you will be glad you took the time to see this incredible piece of Americas National Parks.

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Madison Wisconsin

Madison Wisconsin

Madison Wisconsin

“Sittin on the Dock of the Bay” was sung by which famous artist that was killed in a plane crash? If you said Otis Redding you would be correct. Now, do you know where that plane crash happened? I will give you a hint 😊, we have been house sitting here for the last 10 days. If you have been following our blog you will know that I am talking about Madison, Wisconsin. Now, if you got those two questions right, here is one more. What lake did his plane crash into? This is a little bit harder to answer, unless you were a big Otis Redding fan. It was Lake Monona, Madison, Wisconsin on December the 10th 1967 aged 26. You may think this blog is about Otis, but its about the beautiful city of Madison, Wisconsin. Furthermore, about our house sit with two elderly gentlemanly dogs.

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In general, most Aussies won’t know much about Madison, Wisconsin. Hence, I will give you a small introduction to it. Madison is the capital of the State of Wisconsin USA. It is situated 127 kms (79 miles) west of Milwaukee. It was founded in 1829, becoming the capital of Wisconsin territory in 1836. In 1848 Wisconsin became the 30th State of the Union and Madison became its capitol. It is situated on an isthmus between two lakes (Monona and Mendota). The State Capitol Dome was modelled after the U.S Capitol and sits on the highest point of the isthmus. The capitol building can be seen throughout the Madison area. Madison is home to the University of Wisconsin and their sporting teams, who are called Badgers.

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Austin and Logan

Having had a magnificent three week road trip on our way to Madison, we now get to care for Austin and Logan. Two beautiful “old soul” dogs, that have such lovely natures. Even though that are not active like younger dogs, they are very affectionate. They love just lying with you, nudging you to pat them. In addition, when it comes time to cook they are like Carolyn’s shadow, it is so fun to watch. Austin has some amusing little oddities, but my favourite is when he barks out of the blue while he is sleeping. He pops up and barks then lies back down, then he will do it again and sometimes again. Logan loves to have his head and ears rubbed and will nudge you until you respond to him. He reminds me a lot of a cat, he loves to sleep and eat 😊.

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Alongside caring for these wonderful canines, we are able to live like Wisconsinites. We have done the weekly shopping at Walmart, used public transport and had dinner at a local restaurant. One of the delightful parts of house sitting, is, you get to live as a local, not a tourist. Our amazing Home Owners Jerri and Jeff have taken us out to dinner, shown as around Madison and allowed us use of their car. Needless to say we are having a great time and would recommend a visit to Madison if you are ever in Wisconsin.

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Devils Tower

Devils Tower

Devils Tower

What were you doing in 1977? I had turned 11 and Stars Wars came out just after my birthday. What a classic movie, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Hans Solo and Princess Leia who could forget them. Regardless of your sex or nationality, this epic story has captured most of the world’s population. However, some may argue that point, like my wife (let me duck for cover lol). Likewise, another movie in 1977 was released with the Devils Tower as its iconic scenic shot. Can you remember this movie? If you said “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” … Well done. Devils Towers was used as the formation for the location of its climatic scenes. Until now, I had always wondered what it looked like. Due to our epic road trip I can now say Devils Tower is amazing and brings back memories of 1977.

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In The Distance

Where is Devils Tower you may ask? It is situated in the state of Wyoming in the USA. Approximately 52 kms north east of Moorcroft and 45 kms north west of Sundance. Rapid City is about 172 kms away. This amazing geologic feature rises from the prairies of the surrounding Black Hills. Particularly significant are the hundreds of parallel cracks that form the outer shell of Devils Tower. They give it a uniqueness that is unquestionably astounding in this area. In fact, this draws climbers from around the world wanting to scale its heights. Entrance fees to the park are $20 for 1-7 days for a private car and its passengers. The prices are set to rise by $5 as of the 1st of January 2019. There is road works happening coming into the park (we were here 8th Oct 2018).

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In the distance we initially see the top of Devils Tower as we come over the crest of a hill, but it disappeared quickly. However, it wasn’t until we were about 5 minutes away we got a full view of Devils Tower. It’s presence among the surrounding area is amazing and truly worth the time spent getting there. Arriving at the entrance to the park, the ranger was very helpful and friendly a very nice welcome. The drive to the visitor’s centre circumnavigated the base of Devils Tower and gave you different perspectives of it. Upon reaching the visitors centre you see the sheer walls of Devils Tower and the intricacies of the parallel cracks that run from top to bottom.

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Close Encounter

Winding up the trail, the trees give way to the boulders, rocks and pebbles that have gathered at the base of Devils Tower. Staring up at the sheer cliffs it hits me just how small we are, all things considered. Also, how privileged and blessed, that we have been give this amazing time to experience Gods awesome creation. Having observed the outer crust, I realized it has a greenish tinge, I’m guessing it is some type of moss or algae. It gives Devils Tower a Martianistic vibe to it, maybe “Close Encounters” have happened here lol 😊.

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Having played the complete tourist, taking the obligatory selfie and perusing the gift shop, we head down the trail to the park exit. However, being a photographer there is always room for another photo op. Carolyn knows only too well and waits patiently as we make several stops on the way down. I have to get every possible vantage point of Devils Tower captured in my camera. Overall, we have had an amazing experience, one that will live on in our memories. I highly recommend a visit to Devils Tower if you are in Wyoming you won’t be disappointed. Especially if you are a fan of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Just a quick footnote if you intend travelling and visiting several national parks buy yourself an “America the Beautiful” annual pass. It is worth the $80 as we have saved money after visiting just 3 parks.

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Boulder Exploring

Boulder Exploring

Boulder Exploring

Mork, calling Orson. Come in, Orson!!! Na-Nuu, Na-Nuu, today we are heading into Boulder Colorado to survey the earthly surroundings. Our spaceship is being piloted by Kate our earthling home owner’s daughter. Mork (aka Andrew) and Mindy (aka Carolyn) are buckled in to their respective space sits. Launch has commenced, driveway clear, engines on and all systems go for launch. As we hurtle along through the universe we see new and wonderful scenes. Alongside us, dozens of other spaceships are speeding along to see who reaches their destination first. Our pilot is keeping up with them, so it’s a good thing we are buckled in tight. In the foreground the outer reaches of our planet are changing from open country with a backdrop of mountains. Into a cluster of asteroids (aka houses) as we begin our descent into Boulder.

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In the distance a landing pad is open, so our pilot careful moves the spaceship into position. But wait, from the outer cosmos another spaceship hurtles in and steals our landing pad. Shazbot!!! Mork exclaims, dam Martians!!! Hence, our pilot surveys the horizon and finds an underground spaceship landing dock. She manoeuvres our spaceship delicately into position and lands softly. Upon exiting our spaceship, we follow the signs to enter our new earthly frontier. Surprisingly we are greeted by a cooler climate to what we have had over the last three weeks with temperatures in the mid to late 30’s. However, this changed as the earthling’s day went on.

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Boulder Acclimation Complete     

Time has come to explore our unique environment of Boulder. As a result of our acclimation our alter egos come to the fore. Boulder is situated at the base of the Rocky Mountains and 40 Kms northwest of Denver. It sits 1655 metres above sea level and it is home to the main campus of the University of Colorado. To the west of the city sits the iconic rock formation called the Flatirons made up of sedimentary rock. Average temperatures range from a low of -6 c in winter to a high of 31 c in summer. Outdoor activities within and around Boulder include rock climbing, hiking, and mountain biking just to name a few. For a comprehensive guide to Boulder please check out this link.

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In the middle of Boulder lies the Pearl Street Mall which has been blocked to traffic and is vibrant and full of pedestrians. Across both sides of the mall, shops with rustic facades, cafes, restaurants and bars line its edges. In the centre of the mall lovely flower beds with flowering plants dot the landscapes. Also, numerous sculptures, food vans and a water fountain for kids to play are incorporated into the mall. As we stroll through the mall we feel a sense of freedom as three months ago we were both stuck in a rut. The air is beginning to warm as we approach noon, we head into Starbucks for a coffee and a chat.

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Tree Lined Streets

Finishing our coffee’s, we head back into the mall and wind our way back on the other side. We stop for pictures along the way, to capture the beauty that is Boulder as well as recording our memories. As we approach the middle of the mall, a beautiful building the court house connects via a garden path. With a lovely paved path and surrounding gardens, people sit eating their lunch soaking up the tranquillity. Continuing up the mall we see a candy store, we make a detour inside to explore and maybe buy something. In spite of my sweet tooth we ended up buy nothing but had a laugh at some of the bottles of drinks, pictured below. Finally, we reached the end of the mall, we continue to meander up the tree lined street. To the right we pass some lovely ornate houses with beautiful gardens.

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Further up the street and to the right of us we get a view of the Flatirons behind a cute building. I was able to grab some images but because of the position of the sun they weren’t the best. Anyway, we still got a shot so I’m happy with that. In view of the time we decided to head back to the spaceship and bid a fond farewell to Boulder. On the whole we have had an awesome time exploring downtown Boulder and all it has to offer. We would highly recommend a visit if you are close by, as Boulder won’t disappoint you.

Until next week, this is Mork signing off.

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Trail Ridge Road

Trail Ridge Road

Trail Ridge Road

Today we are heading for Trail Ridge Road Colorado. Our hosts Wil and Els are providing the transport and commentary. Given that we know nothing about where we are heading, it will be an interesting ride. Checking my camera equipment, making sure batteries are charged and memory cards formatted. Grabbing some jackets as it may get cold, we jump into the car and begin our day of sightseeing. Carolyn has the front seat as Wils is a gentleman and wants the girls to sit together. Which is a welcome relief for Carolyn, as she gets motion sickness in the back seat.

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In front of us lies Big Thompson Canyon heading towards Estes Park and Rocky Mountains National Park. From time to time this Canyon has been hit by devastating floods. In 1976, 144 people lost their lives to the flood which saw a years’ worth of rain fall in 70 minutes. Again in 2013 the Canyon suffered another disastrous flood. Driving through the Canyon we can still see the recovery works being done on Trail Ridge Road. On the positive side the scenery through the Canyon is amazing and awe inspiring. The road hugs the river that winds it way through the canyon with steep rising cliffs on either side.

Estes Park

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All of a sudden, the canyon fades away and Estes Park comes into view. This lovely hamlet is nestled in between some lovely peaks with a tramway connecting to Prospect Mountain. The main street is lined with gorgeous store fronts, lots of flowering plants and admiring tourists. Estes Parks has an elevation of 2292 metres (7522 feet) a population of 6362 (2016) and was founded in 1859. The town overlooks Estes lake and Olympus Dam. It is well worth the time to take a day and visit this lovely town.

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We continue the climb up Trail Ridge Road, winding around the curves slowly climbing to our final height of 3672 metres (11900 feet). Of course, we stop to take photos at various outlooks, finally reaching the Alpine Visitors Centre. Upon exiting the car Carolyn and I are feeling the effects of the high altitude. We both are feeling light headed and nauseous, however we continue to look through the visitor’s centre. Amid the sickly feeling, I still grab some photographs around the visitors centre before finally returning to the car.

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Heading Home

Eventually, it was time to bid farewell to the summit and hit the road. The trip back down Trail Ridge Road passed by quickly, as we admired the beautiful scenery. In view of the time we decided not to stop at Estes Park on the way back down. Hence, we missed the chance to take the tramway to the summit of Prospect Mountain and strolling down the main street. However, that gives us a reason to come back and explore this lovely town.

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In the distance the sheer cliffs of the canyon come into view, as Estes Park fades in the rear view mirror. The canyon has a different essence as we descend in the opposite direction. I grab some video as we wind our way through the curves and intermingled stream crossings. Ahead of us we navigate the final bend, that brings as out of the canyon and to the end of Trail Ridge Road. In the background the Rocky Mountains bid us adieu and Loveland welcomes us with open arms.

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In conclusion, I would highly recommend taking the journey to Trail Ridge Road. Its towering peaks, rocky canyon, meandering creek and awe inspiring scenery will have you craving more.

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Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier

“What to do on our first full day in LA”? Do we travel into Hollywood, face the crowds at Disneyland or head north to Santa Monica Pier ? With no car and reliant on public transport, Santa Monica Pier was turning into the best option. With this in mind we search google, it appears that the R3 bus was the way to go. As a result, we headed off on the 1 kilometre walk to the closest bus stop. Arriving with 10 minutes to spare, we noticed the abundance of air traffic using LAX. Hence, accounting for the mountain of traffic in and out of the airport complex. Not to mention the temperature is on the rise! Stepping onto the bus we are welcomed by a cool wall of air. Very nice!!!

Thirty five minutes later we are stepping off the bus, 2 blocks from Santa Monica Pier. Instantly, the air has filled with humidity and continuing to rise reaching into the 30’s C. Wandering down towards the Pier we pass a mall, note to self to come back and have a look. Arriving at the intersection of Colorado and Ocean Aves we are greeted by the iconic sign. Santa Monica Yacht Harbor Sports Fishing Boating Cafes, for this reason we have to take a picture.

History of Santa Monica Pier

Santa Monica Pier is a double jointed pier, the long narrow municipal pier was opened on September 9th, 1909. The shorter pier was built in 1916 and called the Pleasure Pier and housed the pier attractions. As a matter of fact the pier also, brings an end to the world renown Route 66 road from Chicago to Los Angeles. In 1922 the Carousel with 44 handed craved horses was built and in 1990 was rebuilt inside the Hippodrome. Not to mention, the pier has feature in multiple movies and television shows Forest Gump, Iron Man, Charlie’s Angels as well as 90210 just to name a few. In the meantime for a comprehensive history of the Santa Monica Pier head to Wikipedia. santa-monica-pier-travel-is-sweet-construction-sign

First Glimpse of The Pier

Crossing over the bridge we get our first glimpse of Santa Monica Pier, silhouetted by the blue of the Pacific Ocean and highlighted with the Ferris Wheel.

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The Hippodrome is the first building we pass to the left, which holds the carousel within and also the starting point for the free walking tour. Finally, we leave the concrete bridge, the wooden planks now become our path as the pier starts. In the foreground we are greeted by the route 66 sign and picture taken, as per any good tourist.

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As a result of our early departure our bodies are now craving what else?………Coffee!!! and low and behold there is the shop with our fix. We now move purposefully head towards it, be careful if you are in our way as caffeine is yelling to us 😊. Those of you that know us, know what we are talking about. Order done, aroma wafting, heart beating quicker…why aren’t they calling our name!!!! Then all of a sudden and with pure joy and elation that word is spoken Carolyn!! With a spring in our step we gather our coffees and guarding them as a dog with a bone. OK it maybe the caffeine talking here but we did enjoy our coffees sitting watching the waves roll in. Consequently our craving has been dealt with, for this reason we continue our journey along the pier.

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The Crowds

In the meantime the quiet pier is now a hype of people, noises and smell (food smells that is 😊). It is amazing to sit and people watch as they go about their own unique journey along the pier. Their reactions, facial expressions and dialogue on activities happening along the boardwalk are fascinating to watch. We have been so blessed to be able to have this time where the stresses of life and work are behind us for at least a year. For this reason we can take our time, soak up life in all its splendour. Walking along, the pier is dotted with little carts selling an array of souvenirs, food and clothing. Among them are a few talented performers sing and selling their wares.

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Arriving at the end of the pier we find a plethora of fishermen, rods baited and casted. Waiting for that one bite that leads to an epic story that grows year to year. Turning back, we get an amazing view of Santa Monica Pier, the beach and skyline. Walking back via the Ferris wheel, we see kids and adults enjoying the activities available in the amusement park.

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Smiling faces, screaming with delight while rocketing around on the roller coast, popping balls into the clown’s mouth hoping to win a prize, a perfect day being had by all. Nearing the end of the pier, lunch time approaching we head for The Albright. Awaiting Carolyn is a clam chowder and sourdough bread. For me is a bowl of fries, some sour dough bread and 2 icy cold cokes gratefully accepted to satisfy our thirst.

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We bid farewell

Hungry pangs squashed we bid farewell to a wonderful time at Santa Monica Pier. The crowds have not abated, hence the walk back to the bus stop was a tad slow. In addition we are taking a detour through the shopping mall we had seen on the way in. High end shops litter the main section, however we have cruised up the mall which by now is in full swing being a Sunday.

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Lots of buskers filling the mall singing in the hope of stardom. Stopping at the end of the mall to take in the atmosphere, is a wonderful way to finish off a day at Santa Monica Pier. I highly recommend a visit to Santa Monica Pier if you every find yourself in Los Angeles. In conclusion it is a great day trip and has some amazing views, well worth the time.

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