souvenirs, sunset, and pigs

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We walked through downtown Gatlinburg after our aerial tram ride, searching for souvenirs.

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Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine was Terry’s choice:)

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photo credit: Terry and his phone

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Grandma was kind enough to give the kids some souvenir money before we left, and they chose to buy swords with it! Hope you don’t mind, Grandma!?

[I’m not sure of the connection between a mountain vacation and Samurai-style swords, but downtown Gatlinburg seems to offer many unmountain-vacation-like souvenirs.]

Rebecca also chose a snow globe, but it was safely packed away, and I forgot to photograph it.

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Sunset from the balcony.

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Our evening entertainment: Pass the Pigs.

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6.4.13
Gatlinburg, TN

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