5 Kid-Friendly Halloween Recipes


I love holidays! What’s better than making Halloween traditions for your kids? Here are five easy-pleasy recipes for you to make with your kids in celebration of the upcoming holiday: Ghastly Ghost Grins Recipe from: Kraft Foods Yield: 8 servings Ingredients: 1 pkg. (8 oz.) cream cheese, softened 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 tsp. […]

Halloween Events in the Smoky Mountain Area for Various Ages


Fall is here. And with it come all kinds of goodness — caramel apples, crunchy leaves, FOOTBALL, hoodies, and, oh yes, spooky stuff for Halloween! The Smoky Mountain area has all kinds of fun spooky stuff, so if you’re heading to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge for Fall Break, consider doing something Halloween-ish. So here it […]

Halloween Movies: Best of All Time

Happy Halloween, blog world! I do love Halloween. It’s a nice holiday — lots of fun, lots of silly. But not too much stress. You’re not expected to show up at every family’s home, there’s no feast to prepare. Just costumes and candy. And lots of giggles. In honor of Halloween, we’re creating a Halloween […]

Tuesday Tidbits

Here’s this week’s roundup of information about the Smoky Mountain area. Enjoy! DIY Wedding Ideas — From the PigeonForge.com blog, six unique ideas for a wedding on a budget. Warmer Temps for this Winter — From my personal favorite blog, The Smoky Mountain Hiking Blog, a post about the newly published long-range weather forecasts for […]

Tuesday Tidbits

Once again, here’s the Tuesday roundup of information for Smoky Mountain travelers: Making Applesauce — A great little article on how to make old-fashioned applesauce, with some Q and A, from The Valley Voice out of Sevierville. LeConte Lodge (in the Smokies) gets first snow of the season — 3 inches yesterday morning, as recorded […]