Our last virtual trip for the summer was to none other than Smoky Mountain National Park. Located right in our back yard almost, and borders between North Carolina and Tennessee. It is world renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Applachian Mountain Culture. This is America’s most visited national park and to us who live here we know why. This picture was done by Residents by coloring designs and put together to protray what quilts look like.
Selfies at the latest virtual destination is the Grand Canyon. It is located in Arizona and encompasses 277 miles of the Colorado River and adjacent uplands. Keep watching for next week’s final park destination.
Not only do we enjoy watching the garden grow, but eating the benefits from the garden. It is sooooo good.
This week our virtual tour is to the Grand Canyon. What a beautiful site and place this is. We watched the virtual tour during our coffee break and then painted rocks, get it rocks for the Grand Canyon!
Dr. Wakham brings his pal, Coal, with him when he visits!
Our residents really enjoy when Coal visits!
Residents enjoy looking at these selfies. Here they are fixing to enjoy the adventure on the Everglades.
Ready to see some alligators!
We are visiting the Everglades National Park this week. It was great looking at a virtual tour of the area and enjoying some Everglade Punch. It was a bit tart, but oh so good!
This park is located in Florida and largest tropical wilderness in the U.S. and largest of any kind east of the Mississippi River. On average, one-million people visit the park each year!
We have started a new tradition here at Spring City. It’s called: the Waffle House Breakfast!
At least once a month, the Residents get to have some favorite breakfast foods. They really enjoy the food and conversation!
Cheryl and Patsy have enjoyed the park adventures. Here they are looking out at Acadia National Park. This park is situated on the coast of Maine. The majority of the park’s 47,000 acres sprawls Mount Desert Island. The park is 160 miles from Portland, Maine, and 50 miles from Bangor Maine. The lighthouses are beautiful which is something they enjoyed seeing on the virtual tour we took. Some were printed off for them to color!
Our virtual trip this week was to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Park. Located on the shore of Lake Superior in upper peninsula of Michigan, you will find sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes, waterfalls, island lakes, deep forest, and wild shoreline.
It is a great place for camping, hiking, and sightseeing. Next week, you find us on another park adventure!