So two inches of snow at CLIMB Works Smoky Mountains gets us doing some things you normally wouldn't see on our property. Jesse brought his board to work and we went to "work" and made a short video. Hope you enjoy!
On a muggy early July night at the Gateway to the Smokies, there began a feeling that spread like wild fire. A wild fire that even Smoky the Bear would be honored to be a part of. The flame of patriotism began to engulf people’s hearts and they were drawn to the streets to share their love for our great country with one another. Independence Day was quickly approaching and the people’s excitement for freedom was set to explode like the fireworks that would soon be enjoyed by all. The 38th annual Gatlinburg midnight July 4th parade was primed and ready to go off. The people were ready to celebrate their Independence Day with the first July 4th Parade in the Country. CLIMB Works was ready to deliver to the people the large helping of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness they had been waiting for.