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GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK — Bill Stiver, a wildlife biologist at Great Smoky Mountains National Park, wants me to do something that goes against every outdoor-loving fiber of my body. If I’m lucky enough to see a black bear, the … Continue reading
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One of my favourite places to visit while in Pigeon Forge is the Old Mill Square. This place is right up my alley…with quaint shops, interesting history and beautiful views. I love the shops and restaurants. We were treated to … Continue reading
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With the possible exception of obsessed trout fishermen, virtually everyone considers the American black bear to be the symbol of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The beautiful – but not cuddly – creatures are the subjects of several programs at … Continue reading