On Tuesday April 30th, we took another Day Ride. Our destination- The Little House of Pancakes in Gatlinburg.
We left our home in North Knoxville right at 10 am. The skies were mostly sunny and the temperature was 58 degrees.
We took Broadway to 640 East, got off 640 at Magnolia Avenue, then took Asheville Highway to the split taking 25/70 heading toward Dandridge.
We stopped in Dandrige for a few photos.
We then continued on 92 and took a quick stop for a snack.
We got back on the road and traveled to Chestnut Hill. Highway 92 is yet another gorgeous East Tennessee road.
We traveled through Chestnut Hill and took 411 to Newport where we stopped for gas.
We rode through Newport and then took 73 South to Cosby. The surrounding mountains are beautiful and serene.
From Cosby, we took 321 South through Pittman Center, into Gatlinburg arriving at our destination, The Little House of Pancakes.
The Little House of Pancakes is right on 321. We’ve eaten here several times before and we’ve always enjoyed the food. Unfortunately, they were already out of meatloaf when we arrived, so we made the best of it and ordered breakfast. In a word… YUM!
If you ever make it to The Little House of Pancakes, be sure to get their French toast- it’s the best we’ve ever had. It makes us happy….
After lunch, we rode through downtown Gatlinburg, and took scenic 73 through the Smoky Mountains heading toward Townsend.
We even got a chance to stop at the Sinks for a few photos.
After enjoying the beauty of the Sinks, we got back on the bikes and headed toward Townsend.
We rode through Townsend, Walland, and then into Maryville. We took Alcoa Highway back into Knoxville and then back home.
We got back to our home around 3:30 pm and our total ride was 154 miles.
As always, our little fur kids were glad to see us and we enjoyed being back home.
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