“Sue and Glenn Wells have found them a home-away-from-home in a place called Big Meadow Campground located in Townsend, Tenn., at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. With it comes an adoptive family, Malcolm and Barbara Johnson,” wrote Rachel Evans in a column in The Neshoba Democrat of Philadelphia, Miss.

“Last year, Big Meadow was named #l campground in the state of Tennessee. Recently, it was named the #l campground in the United States! ‘Can you believe it!’ Sue called all excited to tell me. And, yes, I can, having been there as Sue and Glenn’s guest, in years past with Helen Tolbert and Pat Johnson. It is a beautiful, very relaxing place,” she wrote after the award was bestowed by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC) at their annual Outdoor Hospitality Convention & Expo in Knoxville the first week of November.

Evans concluded, “Congratulations to Malcolm and Barbara, and to Sue and Glenn, you chose well in selecting a home-away-from-home!”

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