Labor Day Weekend

Well, the official “end of summer” has come and gone.  Labor Day weekend seems to be the last chance to get away before school starts back and the Fall is upon us.  We had lots of people make the most of their opportunity this past weekend as Tremont was brimming full!  Not a campsite to be had!  It was so nice to walk through the campground and be able to almost taste the marshmallows that you could smell roasting.  Awning lights twinkling all colors in the night and the sound of someone playing a guitar in the C section while children rode their bikes throughout the park.

On Saturday night, Wilson gave a narrated slideshow presentation on Wildlife in America in the outdoor pavilion and talked about all the animals that he has been blessed to have the opportunity to see and photograph.  We really enjoyed having the chance to talk to many of the wonderful folks that were staying with us.  This even led to a photography adventure in the National Park with a sweet couple from Michigan later in the week where we finally got some really nice shots of the bears in Cades Cove.

Of course, a wonderful weekend was made even sweeter by the fact that the University of Tennessee Volunteers won big over Western Kentucky in their first game under their new head coach.  Go Big Orange!  We were able to broadcast the game on the big screen in the pavilion for anyone who was interested in watching and hope to be able to continue to provide this service in the future, so stay tuned for tailgate updates.  However, many people enjoyed watching the UT game and others in the comfort of the set up at their own site as well.

Here are a few of my favorite shots from the weekend.  These are just a few though, so if you would like to see more, please visit our facebook page by clicking here and check out our photo albums!  While you’re there, become a fan on our facebook page.  We would love for you to write on our wall and tell us about your experiences.  Hey, you can even load some of your own photos if you would like to share them :).



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