Our second visit presented an unanticipated weather challenge.
One of the best preserved earthen forts from the Civil War area.
Frozen Head State Park, established around 1988, is named for one of the big peaks in the Cumberland Plateau that is often capped with snow in the winter.
A retro-ish post from March that had slipped past my notes, of a wander around a British colonial-era fort within an hour of Knoxville.
An unassuming little wander through the campus forest.
Mother’s Day in the great outdoors.
A pre-pandemic trek from early March I had forgotten, but one entirely worth writing about.
Of course we hit the trails again.
We were all excited to leave Knoxville.