It’s a Winter Wonderland in the Smoky Mountains

The beautiful white snow fell this weekend and it was the first snow of the year in the NC mountains! The landscapes changed from the fall palette of oranges, reds, and yellows to a beautiful “Crisp White Winter Wonderland“.

1sr snow storm 2014

Snow storm blankets the Smoky Mountains

1st Snowfall Smoky Mountains 2014

Season’s first snowfall 2014 Smoky Mountains

Christmas Tree covered in snow

Christmas Tree in the Smoky Mountains covered in snow

This is one of the Christmas Trees at the entrance to my driveway in the Smoky Mountains. The trees were white, crisp, and beautiful, resembling a postcard you would see at Hallmark.

Wooded snow

Snow weighed down the tree limbs

Woodys snow

Glistening pristine snow in the woods

Snow storm 11/14  Smoky Mountains 2014

Snow in the Smoky Mountains

I am always excited to see the snow and never get tired of it. It’s like a special bonus when we’re visiting our cabin and the snow comes to make everything sparkly and magical looking. Here’s a photo of the cabin nestled in the snow.

Cabin in the snow

Cabin in the Snow

Snowy day at the cabin in the Smoky Mountains

Snowy day at the cabin in the Smoky Mountains

Smoky mountain view

Beautiful view of the cabin in the snow

And finally, the last minute snowman. His mouth is a little sad, but stands happy just the same :)).

Us with the blooming snowman

It’s me, with my husband Charles – posing the blooming snowman

So the Halloween weekend ushered in the snow, but our best friends, Ernie and Donna made the weekend complete!

friends with a snowman

A slightly different version of the snowman

Snow in the Smoky Mountains is a treat for your soul, sharing it with friends is a blessing.

Extraordinary days to you ahead,

Donna George

6 thoughts on “It’s a Winter Wonderland in the Smoky Mountains

  1. I heard about the snow last week! so crazy… but you got some great pics! love the cabin/tree shot and the blooming snowman! we didn’t get any and I’m glad! haha i’m near the outer banks but grew up in NY and I don’t miss the snow one bit!


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