Cold Front Arrival on Brushy Top Mountain

After a night of rain, it was interesting to see the clouds moving across Brushy Top Mountain early this morning. It was these very same kinds of clouds that caused early settlers to attach the word, “Smoky”, to the range of mountains along the Tennessee border. Today, the temperature never got out of the 60’s. This 20 second video is much better than just a photo.

Brushy Top Log Home Clouds
This new home had a dark stain applied to its White Pine logs this past week, allowing it to blend with the surrounding trees just a little better.

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