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Last week I spent the week in Gatlinburg.  My sister and her husband were with us, and we really enjoyed that time.  Did a little bit of shopping in the Arts and Crafts Community area.  Bought a fall wreath for the front door and a few other things to decorate for fall.  Last year I decided to put my Christmas tree up for Thanksgiving.  We decorated it with pretty leaves.  I strung popcorn - ouch! I put pumpkins and colorful squash under the tree.  Loved it!

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Comment by Patsy M. Henry on September 23, 2011 at 11:58am
I love Gatlinburg any time of the year, but I really love the fall leaves.  I'll bet there will still be lots of color at the beginning of November.
Comment by Autumn on September 23, 2011 at 11:49am
We are going to be taking the little ones to Gatlinburg at the beginning of November! Love your tree idea decor! What a great, great idea! :) I love Fall!!!

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