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Camping smells in the Smokies Thu, 07/17/03 8:49 PM (permalink)
I am not a camper, but very recently I was invited to a campground breakfast at Cades Cove which is one of the most beautiful sponts in the Smoky Mountain National park. there is a one way drive around the cove which often views nmny deer, wild turkey, black bear and many other forms of wildlife.

The breakfast consisted of campfire bacon, campfire fried eggs. campfire bisquits, breakfast potatoes with oinions, and bell peppers and even more than that, campfire coffee. Why is it that the smell is so much superior than home cooked same

I do not have the foggiest, but the smell around the campfire and campground was the most armomatic I have ever experinced

I like breakfast, but I consumed several times more than my norm due to the smell??

Just curious

Paul E. Smith
Knoxville, TN
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