Archive for the ‘Great Smoky Mountains National Park’ Category


Oh Dear… What Are The Odds Of Hitting A Deer?

An annual report from State Farm shows a reduction in deer-related crashes. Overall in the U.S., drivers were less likely — one in 167 — to have a crash involving a collision with deer, elk, moose, or caribou. Last year’s survey put that chance at one in 162. It is estimated deer, elk, moose, and […]

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Could A Hurricane From Mexico Impact Great Smoky Mountains National Park?

Hurricane Willa: Former Category 5 Hurricane Willa has an unusual path. It started in the Pacific Ocean south of Puerto Vallarta, made landfall and has taken an unusual turn to the northeast. Here, you see the origins of Hurricane Willa from The Weather Channel. Be sure to read Storm Preparedness Checklist – 20+ Immediate Safety Tips […]

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