I May Have Jinked Us

Cabin at the base of Serenity Falls, Great Smoky Mountains.  November 10, 2008.

Cabin at the base of Serenity Falls, Great Smoky Mountains. November 10, 2008.

Last November Betsy and I spent a couple of days on the eastern side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  While searching for waterfalls we came across the cabin in the picture above, which is located at the base of Serenity Falls.  In November there wasn’t much water going over the falls, but the setting was so nice that we decided we would like to go back when there was more water.

Well, we made reservations a couple of weeks ago and are going back there later today.  But then Tuesday night I posted a picture of Betsy in the rain at a waterfall.  It started raining early Wednesday morning and has been raining fairly steadily ever since.  The weather forecast says that it will rain through Saturday.  I might come back home with several more pictures of Betsy in the rain.

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On a more serious note, today is Purple Day, a day to increase awareness of Epilepsy.  The writer of one of my favorite blogs, Michele at Rocky Mountain Retreat, has to live with this disease.  She recently suffered from a series of seizures which left her hospitalized.  Fortunately Michele is doing much better now.  Michele is a very talented photographer who posts marvelous pictures on her blog.  Stop by her site — you’ll be glad you did.

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26 Responses to “I May Have Jinked Us”

  1. Neal Says:

    Don’t worry George…. Betsy won’t melt. 🙂 I hope you guys have a great time.

  2. Patty Says:

    This is why I don’t do a lot of sight seeing until summer. It seems that no matter what we plan it rains. I hope the weather man is wrong and the sun shines for you. Have fun and stay dry.

  3. Tarolino, Finland Says:

    What a dear old cabin. I’m so fond of these memories from the past. Sorry to hear about hte wheather. Rain is forecasted here too fro saturday. Now it’s just cold but sunny.

    I’m so glad there’s all this support for Michele and her cause. Thanks on her behalf for your kind words. Of course there’s not a bit of flattery there coz it’s the god’s trueth. Every word.

  4. Tina Says:

    George,
    I’m sure you guys will have fun no matter what…:)

  5. Busy bee suz Says:

    I hope you are not jinxed….perhaps your spot will be dry!!!
    Michelle is a fantastic photographer….just amazing.

  6. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: I do hope you have a great trip and the weather breaks. We are heading for the same thing only colder.
    Thanks so much for mentioning Michele.

  7. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    I hope that Mr.Sun shines on the two of you,at least for a short while.Looking forwardto seeing pictures of your adventure.That cabin looks inviting.
    Blessings,Ruth

  8. Shelley Says:

    That looks like such a quaint and lovely cabin! I know you 2 will have fun – rain or shine!!

  9. NCmountainwoman Says:

    Looks like you will have rain the entire time. And temperatures a bit cooler than normal. Hope the cabin has a fireplace. Have fun in spite of the rain.

  10. Happyone Says:

    Hope the rain goes away and you have sunny weather.

    Michele’s blog is one of my favorites too. All her photos are awesome. Lets pray there is a cure for epilepsy soon.

  11. Tarolino, Finland Says:

    On your return I have again something for you in my blog.

  12. Jen Says:

    Into every life a little rain must fall.
    Hope that helps. 🙂 Have fun.

  13. Janie of Utah Says:

    The cabin looks beatiful. Hope you have a good trip and have a chance to do some of your hikes in dry weather. The waterfalls should be running strong, at least.

  14. Becky Says:

    You are too funny. It may be all your fault. Don’t let the camera get to wet. We will be looking for pics. when you and Betsy get back.

    Besides, you have to have water for water falls. Right?

  15. Susie Says:

    Can I go? That cabin looks wonderful!

  16. Mary Says:

    Oh, dear….I think you two must be doing rain dances while you view those falls!

  17. Tammie Says:

    I am sorry to hear about Michele. This illness is quite challenging!
    Wonderful old cabin…..

  18. LEEDRA Says:

    Well it is Friday afternoon and it is still raining, so I guess you two have been out walking in the rain all week.

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  19. Josephine Says:

    Love that cabin !
    Betsy in the rain…. how lovely 😉

  20. Jane Says:

    Great old cabin! I love places like that, and there are many great ones to choose from around the Waynesville – Cherokee area that I love!

    Jane

  21. Rose Says:

    I would love to have that cabin for a studio! It looks just perfect.

  22. Ms Hays Says:

    Oh I hope it stops raining so you 2 can explore the falls – it looks like there’s plenty of water running over those falls now though!

  23. imac Says:

    Oh dear George, that wet stuff, sorry to hear, hope it hasnt spoiled all your holls.

    See our short break in Derbyshire, cold BUT no rain.

  24. Tootie Says:

    Watch out for Betsy, you know she could melt! 🙂

  25. Ms Hays Says:

    Guess what?! I got to see my grand-daughter again today, twice in one month – I have pics posted on my page – I’m sooo happy!!

  26. Grammy Says:

    Oh George, That is a great cabin. I loved the one we had at Desota State park. I called home and said ” I am not coming home.” They knew better but I loved it.

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