Last Thursday when 26 school bus loads of students invaded the Museum of Appalachia, there was not one peacock to be found until the buses pulled back out of the grounds. Yesterday, while a school group of kindergarteners and first graders were there, some of the peacocks were on the roof of the blacksmith's shop.
Later, I got this shot:
I walked down to the sheep pen between school groups yesterday....that's where Clover has been staying. She's a Highland calf that came to live at the Museum this Spring. She's been hand fed, so she's very calm about visitors. I think she's a big love bug!
On my way back, I caught this photo of the Loom House from this approach. It just nestles in next to the Peter's cabin....my little home away from home.
You can see that the trees are finally starting to turn. One couple I met yesterday has been driving down the east coast catching the peak colors as they go. I think they got to East Tennessee just in time. Plus, the Great Smoky Mountains are now back open for business!!!
Maybe I'll get to see them the next time they come through this area!
Now, it's back to real life getting ready for my son's wedding and the Foothills Fall Show.
........Big Deep Breath........
Never a dull moment!