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Smoky Mountains - 2020 - Affordable Family Travel Pigeon Forge Day 4

Our affordable family travel in Pigeon Forge!

Pigeon Forge
Pigeon Forge

Today we fried up some more bacon, scrambled some eggs and baked cinnamon rolls before we headed to Dollywood for our final day of fun on this affordable family travel in Pigeon Forge.

Ed took the kids on coasters while I went into Dolly’s boutique shop that finished “Dolly’s style in your size”...except mine lol. The clothes were similar to what you’d find in a Cracker Barrel. Not anything I would wear as it was a bit flashy for me. But I did pick up some cute earrings and a matching bracelet.

We met back up and Annicakes and I relaxed while Ed and Lex went to watch the Glassblower and bought a really neat ornament. Then came the one thing I wanted to do. Old Time Photos! They balked at me. My parents did an old time photo as a confederate family. We found it when going through their bedroom. “If you don’t think photos are important, wait until they are all you have left.”

The photos were really funny and they did get into the dressing up and posing. I was only going to buy one, ended up with four. I’m glad they indulged me.

Dinner at Texas Roadhouse. There was a family next to us with a kid about 3. Another table near them had an older woman talking to the boy about Santa. She asked him to fist bump to say goodbye. Uhhhhh. During a pandemic, really?

Started packing up and headed to bed early as I have a lot of driving to do.



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