Cades Cove (formerly Kade’s Cove) in the Smoky Mountains

cades-cove

It was an overcast, occasionally rainy and slightly cool day.  The goal was to take a few good photos, enjoy some “together” time and, for me, to listen to his treasure-trove of information on the Cove and its history.  Come along and enjoy the day with us…..

ANOTHER-WAGON-CADES-COVE

BEE-HIVES-CADES-COVE

These cut logs were used as beehives–called Gum Stands.

cades-cove-cabin-1  This was the Oliver cabin.  They were the first settlers in the cove other than Native Americans.

deer-in-cades-cove Lots of deer and wildlife live in the cove.  They are very comfortable with the tourists as you can see!

HIDE-STRETCHER DRYER  These pieces of wood were used to stretch and dry skins.

WATER-WHEEL-CADES-COVEThis water wheel and mill are still open during part of the year for visitors. cades-cove-side-of-cabin

CANTILEVERED-BARN-CADES-COVThis is an example of a cantilevered barn found in Cades Cove

CHURCH-CADES-COVEThis is the Baptist church in the cove.

MILL-HOUSE-CADES-COVECable Mill BarnBROKEN-WAGON-CADES-COVE Picturesque broken-down wagon near the mill.

STOVE-CADES-COVECook stove

water-wheelOld Water Wheel

Water Wheels used  to grind the corn–laying on the ground near the milll for people to rest on

fireplace-cades-coveFireplace in the Gregg house

another-barn-in-cades-cove

another lovely old barn

inside-the-baptist-churchInside the primitive Baptist Church

About dhutch729

My first blog tells a lot about me. As it says, I've been around awhile and know a little bit about a lot of stuff. My passion in life is photography and photoshop and hope to always be learning and getting better at those things. I have a lot of hobbies and love to write, so blogging will be easy and fun. I look forward to learning this media and reading a lot of peoples blogs!
This entry was posted in Likes, photography, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Cades Cove (formerly Kade’s Cove) in the Smoky Mountains

  1. Teeny Bikini says:

    Wow! The images are amazing. I get a real sense of history along with a fantastic look at some great architecture. I love the canitlevered barn. Wowza.

  2. segmation says:

    I love this place. Thanks for writing about this in your blog! Did you get to go to Gatlinburg as well?

  3. Thank you for stopping by my blog. These are wonderful photos, Cades Cove looks beautiful! I enjoyed looking at your blog and I look forward to more posts!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s